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"On a doggy day" , by Erik Pevernagie,(80 x 100 cm)


When our thoughts are unsettled, and our inner world is in a muddle, we may sharpen our wits and try to recognize the invisible edges of our fractured stance. If we seek to figure out, what our life story is all about, we may be able to put the missing pieces in place and identify what is driving us, what we are actually up to and why we are running like mad dogs, sometimes.

In the human fauna, men and women have their own history and may wrestle with their own singular past or with their personal peculiarity. As the humankind is much diversified, a multitude of creatures exposes a wide range of tastes and customs.

Some of them have been confronted with traumas from their youth and been compelled to master interior clashes. Giving way to phantasms that are not recognized by the majority might be considered as rather weird and socially thorny.

As some like to take advantage of people with particular inclinations and find picking on people a treasured entertainment, ‘recreational bullying’ has become their devious tool, to satisfy an exhibitionist urge to outdo themselves, by dredging up acerbic stories for score-settling and airing dirty laundry.

Since we are living in an open society with space for tolerance and indulgence, we must monitor the permanent changes of habits and customs assiduously, and the "normality barometer" should be determined and adjusted, time after time.


Phenomenon : Fetishism

Factual starting point : Human enchained