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“Experiencing a soundscape is like having a daydream; ambient sound is telling its own story and appeals to the imagination in a way that makes you want to close your eyes and just listen. Soundreaming attempts to translate audio events to the visual language, but with emphasis on the autonomous power of ambient sound."
Backed with intermittent vocals and changing tempos, the music grows in complexity and slowly opens up; the tempo rises, and the sense of foreboding washes away under the jungly, upbeat peaks and crescendos.
A three-part series which consolidates over 50 years of interviews from The Paris Review. Writers on writing: technique, taboo, and style.
"I don't like that people choose to succumb to heartlessness for the sake of money. We need more trees and less plastic bags.”
"I wanted to express what I had witnessed but wasn't able to find the voice to describe my experience, so I wrote about the trip and I connected people and stories from one community to another. Ever since then I’ve wanted to document life in the most down to earth way possible."
The darkness in his work lends an air of discomfort, but also reinforces the tenderness and emotional depth, and these elements work together to achieve such a lovely balance.
Jackkrit's approach to design evolves from a desire to make communication both interesting and sincere, and his work resonates with a positive, heartfelt energy.
Grimes is a well-read resister of absolutes, not afraid to speak her mind, and in a time when feminism is quickly becoming a commodity and an over-generalized talking point, she is a role model worth listening to.
Caroline Denervaud attempts to transmute intrinsic emotion and sensations into an extrinsic form, through balance, movement and shape.
"Making art is what makes me the happiest, and the beauty about art is that it is free, there are no borders, it’s a state of mind. Each work and each new experiment takes me further and deeper."