Since we are born, our mind is filled with information, like a recorder that never stops, it does not run out of batteries, nor it breaks. It is always recording. This recording comes from what we are taught; our environment; our parents and what we read and experience as a child.
I believed everything I was told.
But as I grow towards adulthood, all this information is questioned, and I enter into a new relationship with my mind, trying to de-clutter and learning new ways of relating to it. The innocence of the child is gone, and I am left with an empty tunnel, which needs to be filled with new information.
In Mental Narratives, I approach, through elements from my growing up as a child, this new relationship between my adult mind and my new self. The brain is re-wired and this new connections fill the tunnel. Old beliefs are gone and I only get to keep the ones that serve me now. I could call this a poetic portrait of my mind.