Colin Lindberget Wright

During this pandemic (Covid-19) I have been isolated and scared for a long time. The walls are drawing closer and the adrenalin pumps through my body all the time. This makes my anxiety stronger, and the situation is unfamiliar for me and probably for a lot of others. I’ve experienced anxiety attacks that have lasted for days; the feeling that I can’t breathe and the panic that never calms down. The thought of going outside and meet other people scares me. When it get exposed to new situations, the brain will adapt after a while. And now that it knows that everything I touch and everybody I talk to might have the virus, it has become scared of everything outside home. This project is about how my life is turned upside down because of anxiety. How the situation we’re in now changes something in me, and how I learn to cope with that.