A constantly evolving digital art piece. A public acknowledgment of human weakness–no not weakness. Vulnerability. Strength. Kathleen Hanna said “Cry in public.” And we should. Because crying in public says Hello. I’m human. I’m not going to act like anything other than a living, breathing individual that feels and responds and cares deeply.
I’ve cried a lot since graduation, and apparently crying in public is a sign of a real New Yorker. Click on the blue markers to learn more about each moment.