Anna wants to unfolds the depth of ideals that are cultivated by upbringing and imposed by society. How are we effected by our history? Are there uncultivated forms still allowed to be expressed? Tapping from her own personal history, Anna sometimes feels restricted in the way she is formed to fit into this world. By shedding prejudices and denying the normal, she has the desire to search for the ‘primitive’ being or child that resides in herself and others.