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Iris Bakker

in Aarhus

Self-reflection in self-reflection

PRESENTED ON NOV 21, 2017
IN AARHUS @ VOL 35

Aarhus-based designer and artist Iris Bakker talks about her own identity crisis, and how she found self-reflection in giving self-reflection to others.

And maybe we should not ask "What do you want to be (when you grow up)?" but rather: "Who are you? Who do you want to be in this world?"

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