Mother, father, brother and I

The COVID-19 confinement has called into question the relationships within the biological family. Caring for its members makes it possible to strengthen family ties and to extend those bonds of affection to personal and ecological relationships with other forms of life. Mother, father, brother, and I proposes to expand the concept of human family to the non-human family (fauna, flora, minerals) and calls on us to rethink forms of interaction towards a common welfare, as a reaction to our present planetary circumstances.