Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Being Both.

This drawing of mine shows multiple things. I'll list them down below, but I'd like to steer the readers thought process to a particular direction. 

  • It shows that the Sun and the Moon are omnipresent; they don't go anywhere, it's just that we see them at different times, and for us earthly beings, it's not possible to see them both at the same time. Here, "Bi" can be understood as "Bye", where the sun/moon says bye to us.

  • It reflects on the art of being Both. On the art of being Bi - sexual. Just because it's different, doesn't mean it's bad. Alexander the Great, Francis Bacon and Oscar Wilde were Bi. Just saying.

- Ragini Zutshi Anand