UNIVERSAL LONELINESS by Lilwaukee
120 x 165mm, 64 pages, Colour printing, Hardback, Cloth bound, 2023
Simmers on Lilwaukee’s train of thoughts and feelings that pass by her young and active brain. These sporadic reflections, poems and anecdotes are jotted down, sprinkled throughout the book in both childlike handwriting (imitating her younger self) and with text font.
This is an object that reflects on the over-excitement for living and therefore the fear of being bored when dying.
Lilwaukee is a young voice of today, and much like Amanda Lovelace and Coco Capitán, she takes her observations and feelings and puts them into a form of art in an unfiltered manner. Without fear, but still driven by uncertainty manifested in Generation Z, Lilwaukee universally taps into the loneliness that comes with your thoughts and future responsibilities.