This contemplative piece delves into the complexities of identity, exploring physical and emotional landscapes. It employs a surreal, poetic cinematography to examine the relationship between body, perception and belonging, navigating issues like detachment, and alienation.
While it explores the search for connection, it also focuses on self-exploration, personal spirituality, and aspects of self-preservation vs entropy. It considers the idea of "home," not just as a physical space, but as a collection of memories and experiences, suggesting that these elements are encoded in our DNA.
The work blends everyday landscapes with subtle supernatural elements to highlight the alien aspects that exist within our mundane experiences. It examines the interconnectedness of nature and urban settings, probing the material and immaterial textures that define both the city and the natural world. Through this lens, the piece also looks into architecture as a physical manifestation of our search for meaning and connection.