The Black Swan

“The Black Swan” positions itself at the intersection of a theory that challenges the concept of impossibility from the 16th century to the present day, where even a single observation can invalidate a widely accepted belief, intersecting with Charles Baudelaire’s statement, “I feel happy wherever I am not.” The work explores the fallacy that one can escape the limits of the mind by embarking on a journey or changing one’s location, only to realize that, in the process of redirecting their path towards something different, they collide with the wall of reality, ultimately leading to an awakening within their own mind.


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