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I used organic fragments from old books: fungi, flowers, and minerals, combined with the lively, intuitive scribbles of my youngest daughter which also seemed to illustrate the musical movements.
They sounded like water underneath the whirring of machinery, movement through sand, a landscape of grass, and irregular rhythms of another world.
It reminds me of the fragility of ceramics as a medium, despite its sturdy appearance or texture.
I wanted the track to have cathedral-type qualities, to emphasize the hall of the sculpture, the echo of the curve.
As Ila’s sculpture was taking shape, it evoked for me sounds of wind, cavities, wind instruments, and air circulating through those cavities―sounds entering and leaving.
Nature, amorphous atmospheres, bodily experience, and natural landscapes are all sources of inspiration.
This symbol is fluid, constantly moving and cannot stand still. It understands its own emotions and often changes in different directions in an instant. It is rising both downwards and upwards. Never static and always in flux.
This one moves in just one direction but does so with great depth. It’s very closed because it has several layers. Like a grating, it pushes us to see beyond or even below our ribs. It exposes itself but with protection.
A symbol that is both strong and heavy. It is preparing to leave and has a lot of energy in it. That’s why it has a viewfinder. A point where it can arrive and explore itself fully. It has a lot of energy and it never gets tired, even as it supports all the others.