Multidisciplinary Visual Artist Laura Durban Brings Her Magic to Iceland

It’s just another grey morning in Reykjavik and one cannot help feeling a little low, maybe even anxious. It is an emotion that, along with the feeling of sadness or pain, we humans often try to reject. Feeling happy is seen as being the norm. But how can light exist without creating shadow?

Just as the cycle of day and night, humans have a full spectrum of emotions that ranges from darkness to light. “We all have both sides,” explains Laura Durban, one of the creators of “Shadow Nymphs.” “If we can embrace both of them, then we can work with them.” “Shadow Nymphs” is an attempt to reconnect to this dualism, and to nature in general. Read More via GrapeVine.

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