The repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic touched every facet of our lives: from the children confined indoors, unable to engage in the simple joys of play outdoor, to individuals grappling with solitude, to the tireless doctors sacrificing their sleep, and the heartbreaking losses endured by many. It was an era when sociability meant maintaining physical distance. The images captured during this time encapsulate the shared emotions experienced globally. A poignant reminder of a period etched in our collective memory. Even though we have seen the light at the end of the tunnel, there are those still grappling with internal and external wounds. Regrettably, some will bear these scars for a long time. My gratitude extends to those who gave their best, especially the dedicated healthcare professionals who tended to those in need of assistance during those trying times.
The solo exhibition unfolded within the walls of Wittelsbacher Castle in Friedberg, Germany, providing a platform for a thoughtful discourse on the impact of the coronavirus disease. The event, supported by the city of Friedberg, featured a poignant performance intertwining music and dance. Among the distinguished attendees were predominantly healthcare professionals, alongside the honorable mayor of Friedberg and the head of culture.