INESSA KALABEKOVA

State History Museum of Uzbekistan

Entrance to the State History Museum of Uzbekistan greets visitors with a grand staircase. Within, the exhibits are diminutive, shrouded in obscurity. What purpose do they serve? Perhaps rituals? Enveloped in secrets and enigmas, I find myself dancing, casting a white cloth into the air. Upward it floats, symbolizing freedom and the threshold of understanding. Here lies the nexus of strength and comprehension, where one may find their happiness. To exist within the vastness of the inexplicable and unknowable—is this dance? Ritual? Action? Or a form of fulfillment?

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