By believing passionately in something that does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not yet sufficiently desired.
In our current situation when brilliantly flashing pseudo needs and a fatiguing overdose of consumable survival ceases to satisfy our deep longing for genuine experience and excitement, our thirst is lured into an opaque sphere giving us a fleeting moment of satisfaction.
Greeting an old friend, whose unfamiliar embrace so violently excites us, in a place that keeps us gasping for air. A split second of exhilarating and soothing lightness in our heads.
An hour and a half, a year, a split second was shown at the The Virtual Salon - Salon Editions #1, a digital video art streaming festival produced by Ross Alexander and Lupus Siegert for Salon Oblique.