martes, 10 de junio de 2014
The Sound of Ill Days Artwork by Félix Adorno
This composition is inspired by Polish art and films posters from the late 80's and early 90's. Their art is ominous and resilient, always showing the melancholy of resistance in the most delicate way. Although with a deep understanding of the burden of human existence and our limitations, these artists leave us with feelings of connection. I wanted to reproduce that.
The reality of the characters in this story could be expressed as a quantum state. Entangled particles persist in their connection to one another, even when separated by great distances. Although these particles exist in all possible states simultaneously, when observed they exhibit only one position.
Like many human relationships, they collapse and evolve but remain intertwined in the universal history of love.