How we choose to see. Sketches, sounds, bird sh*t. A member-only issue with "Children, at sea," a one-second story.
…things will come to you, but you have to be available. You have to look out at the world and understand that there are so many secrets, hiding everywhere, little ideas bouncing around…Every form of matter is casting out waves of possibilities just waiting to be perceived by the right entities.
Here are three children, at sea.
The waves are broad; there’s tumult. Are they struggling? At play? Close to safety?
Taken one frame at a time, the picture is gnomic. Weird little shapes and their echoes against a waving plane, what. If you watch the images as a single moving unit though, a story emerges along with questions, and emotions.
For everyone: art + provocation (above). A quick visual treat, with questions to mull over if you choose ❤️
For those who crave more: personal context, references, behind-the-scenes. The first look at “Children, at sea” set to exploratory sound.
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Members, read on. Everyone else, see you next time ❤️
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