Parallel Collection

Muzi always composes with love.

He wishes to give some space to feelings, creating an environment of transformation where situation can be exposed through beauty and affection.

This collection represents the contemplation of sexuality and also the constant struggle of his community for representativeness.

Inevitably, much of the creative process also covered the self-investigation of his references and values; contributing as well to his maturation and to the construction of his a new family system.

In parallel, Muzi follows a historical moment of Australia, in which egalitarian marriage and citizenship involving minorities are debated.

Despite intentionally aiming to focus on love in its purest form, the artist concludes that for being part of a minority, he deals with the same tonic but differing in mode. He must remain in the parallel.

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