A forgotten mirror

When we are in involuntary confinement for a long time, a phenomenon happens that is imperceptible at the beginning: we stop being inhabitants to become inhabited.

The limits to our radius of action (displacements and possibilities of wide and open practices) enclose us and make us vulnerable, until we manage to form a new survival routine. But already at that moment and without realizing it, the space where we move will have inhabited us, we will have ceased to be the one who determines it to become determined by each line, each curve, each corner and each object that complies with it.

Every strip of light and every whim of its shadows will be in us (within our gaze) to guide the steps of our need to be in the midst of what we have always been intimately without knowing it.

The space that inhabits us then shows us things as they are: a forgotten mirror.

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