In the past few years, I have visited a number of museums in London and other major European cities. Some of these places are particularly dear to me because of personal connections.
Wandering through the labyrinths brimming with history, I have learnt to appreciate slowness and mindfulness. The soothing atmosphere of the late opening nights, where time flows at a different speed in contrast to the hectic streets outside, resonates with me.
In the microcosm of the museum, I am captivated by the connection between the exhibited works and the visitors, and have spent countless hours observing this relationship with both fascination and amusement.
It is this variety of possible interactions that continue to fuel my curiosity and commitment to document the ever-changing and exciting world of museums.