Hello fellow art enthusiast, as you can clearly see, Hollow Will is an melancholic exhibit,which presents humanity at its lowest points. The first point in Hollow Will is internal struggles (from Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh) because personally I feel that self-loathing and undernourished egos are more damaging to a person than external forces. However, external forces ( in this case,affects a person physically and mentally) is the next lowest point because while a person might overcome his/her internal pain, he/she can't wash away problems that affected an entire population as well as his/her self like poverty, war, and hunger, yet sadly, there is one other low point in Hollow Will. The last lowest point in Hollow Will is grieving over a dead companion (lovers, siblings, parents). Even though there's a saying about moving on after losing someone close to you (formal), those who are the surviving members sometimes cling on to the best aspects of deceased on other people, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but still one shouldn't project a deceased person's likeness on another. Finally, a great rational philosopher once said that "Peace is not an absence of war, it is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition of benevolence, confidence, justice", hopefully the human race (our species) will figure that out, and the Hollow Will will be a reminder for avoiding dangerous consequences.