Confession: Faith? Sins? Guilt?
This subjective area of tension is influenced by socialization, culture and personal experiences.
When confessing sins, we verbalize our socially ostracized actions, feelings and thoughts, and so we accept our culpability. This frankness is supposed to generate relief, forgiveness, and personal growth in us and others. Yet is this all real? Or is it just an illusive relocation of our guilt?
A confession can fill us even with pride. It is part of our personal truth, the one that we stand for and communicate to others through our words, actions and physical appearance.
That night, we will make confessions, guilty pleas and disclosures a true experience and present them to you in different ways: Graphically. Visually. Musically. Subjectively. Uniquely. Honestly. Willingly. How will we do it? – Availing ourselves of illustrations by Tilda Lynander, a video cooperation by Joel Ivan Thomas (author and photographer) and Tilda Lynander, as well as a music video screening performed by the techno dj and producer Jenson.