Vivid reality invites the audience into a personal journey of a young female existing between memories, dreams and reality. The base for the project is the everyday existence during the times of polarisation, post truth and isolation. Documenting life through self-portraits, still life and landscapes, the story reflects on the repetitiveness of everyday life and complexity of dealing with the subject’s emotions, concept of the self and her relationships with others. The main focus is directed towards feelings experienced in the reality that is simultaneously static and rapidly changing at fast pace, becoming more vivid, eerie and disturbing. Vivid reality is an anxious reflection of a subjective experience that can be empathised collectively. It is both real and surreal as the line between these two concepts is fading away.