France is a country of Love and Paris certainly deserves to be called a capital of Love.
Love is what we all care about regardless of our age and social status. And despite such a long history of humanity – still, the questions of love make us suffer, feel confused, unhappy and even ill.
What is love? And what is the difference between love of a man and a woman and maternal love or friendship? What happens when love dies, and if it does ever die, was it a real love then? How many years (days or hours) does the real love live? Generally, does it exist and how to recognize it (if yes)? How to live without it (if no)? Why it can be lost and how to find it? Where to look for it, and how to act when you feel it?
The questions seem very simple and difficult simultaneously. I’d like to make a research of modern perception of love. For that, I ask people from all the world tell me just everything they want – about love.
Participants: Mari Sokol, Anya Znanenok, Valeria Mordashova, Marina Stepanova, Lidia Stepanova, Alexandra Demidova, Lena Malorik, Nastya Antonova, Natalya Stal, Svetlana Babaytseva, Nadya Orlova.
Curator: Lisa Shtormit