Learning spanish and moving away from the city as soon as possible are my new ambitions. I've been reading Roland Barthes in the last couple of days and yeh, the guy has some strong opinions. "[...] looking at certain photographs, I wanted to be a primitive, without culture." We all feel like that at one point or another.It's just really hard to admit. I've been trying to go back to the very beging of my research and reconnect with my initial idea (which has been somehow lost on the way). I've been reading about various theories regarding human inspiration. Here is what Sigmund Freud said: the inspiration came out of unresolved psychological conflict or childhood trauma. He saw artists as fundamentaly special and fundamentaly wounded. So then, if you aren't wounded or fundamentaly special, you're not considered an artist? Is it not about sudden creativity and individual experiences? Everything we do is a projection of our knowledge. We constantly accumulate information, store it and transform it. We all work in different ways. But we all have the same reasons.