The unbearable lightness of being is the right side of a diptych. Where the left side depicts a man, floating in the background, attached to a rope, this side shows us a man in the foreground holding the rope. The title of this artwork comes from a Milan Kundera novel. The man in the foreground is covering his eyes, being disconnected to reality – connected only to his inner reality. “I relate the feeling of lightness to the feeling of not being as important as our consciousness makes us think we are. At least for ourselves.”Available as Fineart Dibond®, Framed by Nielsen®, Forex®, Framed Linen and Classic Poster.