Middleground talks about the battles we wage with expectations. About how we can’t be nothing when we interact, when we leave home. About how the rules are imprisoned, about the contradictions, about the “never enough”, about the tranquility of the labels and their pressures. About perfection. On the malleability of roles. It asks questions about how desire is constructed, is it a watertight orientation?
Middleground wants to be the uterus where ideals and references are baked, an observatory where the price we pay to run to pursue the key to success is evident.