How to live? In one’s own body with its personal and collective history? With the environment, the spiritual world, in global togetherness? How can crises be overcome? And can balance be found? How to stay or become healthy? And how to be content? How can healing succeed?
For many, the fragility of living conditions was apparent long before the COVID-19 pandemic. This fragility did and does affect almost all areas of life – health, work, politics, the economy, social cohesion. The global crisis and the associated search for balance is common to people around the world. Many established views are now being questioned. Indigenous minorities, activists, environmental organisations, and the younger generation everywhere find that their ideas, expectations and critiques of contemporary living are increasingly converging. The exhibition healing. Life in Balance presents multi-perspective narratives as well as works (of art) with transformative power. In these poetic, philosophical, and multimedia artistic works, international partners from the arts, sciences and medicine present their own, personal stories, as well as their perspectives and strategies for resolving crises, establishing new equilibriums, and finding answers for a future of global coexistence.
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