3 Our idea was therefore to represent a woman's motherly nature and devastation at the inability to have children and how once she has them she is overjoyed however must face challenges in order to protect and keep them. In the end, they are taken just as abruptly as they had surprisingly arrived into her life.
More symbolically we wanted to show the highs and lows naturally occurring in life and how the acts of giving and taking are not mutually exclusive; they alternate. It equally represents how having things in life is never a given and that we must fight for what we have, as well as how much suffering can be felt by a single person who experiences any type of loss or lack of belonging in life.
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