What does it take to be a girl? What does it mean to be unequivocally feminine?
Keti is a young New York-based Georgian-American writer. She can most frequently be found writing in her journal, filling the pages with anecdotes from her life. Keti's writing explores her experience growing up between two cultures. Through the medium of essay writing, she deals with themes of identity and self-discovery. Taking inspiration from different art forms such as film and literature her work serves as reflections and responses to the great works of the creators she admires.
Writing is my main creative outlet. I write a lot about my culture and how it connects to my identity which is ever-evolving. My personal perspective is always very present in everything I write whether it’s lengthy research projects, articles, or personal essays. Despite this, I hope that the work I produce transcends the confines of my personal experience and resonates with those with similar experiences.
Who decides what a text means? And how much can be lost in translation?