Non-European Plant #5 - Limited Edition 1 of 20 - http://www.jelenakostich.com/2018/05/site-specific-non-eu-plants.html Photograph by Jelena Kostic

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Non-European Plant #5 - Limited Edition 1 of 20 - http://www.jelenakostich.com/2018/05/site-specific-non-eu-plants.html

Jelena Kostic

Serbia

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Size: 8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0.2 in

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Non-European Plants

To which extent the outcome of our life depends on our own willpower, tenacity and how much is instead determined by the fact that we are born in a specific country?
I was born and raised in the country that is outside of the European Union, and I had no idea how difficult it can be to stay and work inside of the European Union and what kind of problems you can have on the border and with a police.
Being unable to stay in the European Union’s country, I came back to my country and at that moment I felt like a plant.
Planted where I didn't choose and growing where I didn't want to grow, without the possibility to place my roots anywhere.
I was wondering how much any one of us has anything to do with self-determination? And if anyone of us has a possibility to spread his areal of existence with the help of the wind same as plants can, then once when you cut a plant and put it in a herbarium its the same as to chain a human.


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