The breath as a necessity for life-support is a cyclic process of harvesting the air. We see air as one of the basic elements, a universal power of a pure substance, element of the spirit. We visualize it as the harvest of lights coming from the above skies and infinite oceans of dreams. Here comes the unearthly hour when the immortal dreamers fly upon the asleep world. Everything becomes idealized, full of forms, lines, curves and invisible presences. The soul of two humanoid contemplators, children of light is guided by the magical arc which links the dream world to the transcendent reality. A detached hymn surrounds their inner space and crosses the infinite ether where dreams collide. Enlightened by unknown splendors and peaceful gleams of the primordial universe, they restore the white, transparent and crystal-inflected dimension of the universal self. Contemplating the above skies they are immersed by the breathy and ineffable chant of the peaceful immensity. The harvest of infinite plains of dreams reveals the mystery of life at the hour when the candid creatures rest in the contemplative silence.
Jana Brike (Latvia) animation, scenario
Philippe S. Blache (France) music
Preview Berlin Art Fair, Sept. 2012
Animate Festival “Ritorno all’Alba/Back to the Sunrise” Rome, Aug. 2012
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Animation / Animaatio
The word harvest in a literary term is something that has been collected– Within my works I submitted, I have collected a number of opposites (within materials) that have a very fluid way of conjoining their opposites. The materials that don’t mix tend to push and pull around each other. I draw motivation from harvesting a rich knowledge of experience in life and also of violent forces of nature that, after a destruction, there is a renewal; a new growth after a violent collapse.
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Illustration / Kuvitus, Painting / Maalaus