The Loneliest Place Is In My Head

In a personal quest to tackle her own anxiety and introversion ‘The Loneliest Place is in My Head’ by Georgia Sheales explores the artists’ isolation after she left her home in Australia to move to Berlin. Tackling an increasingly relatable sentiment, the series finds tranquil moments which combat the otherwise pessimistic feelings toward solitude, in an attempt to reframe it as a comforting experience.

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