Delirium aims to show the emotions and memories that we suppress, displayed on multiple television screens, being drained out from live humans.
Is the human controlling the images or
is the image the one doing the controlling?
Models: Sarah Dickow, Erik Richard, and Gray Gold
Sound: Woulg, "Fading Away"
Additional Footage: Pavel Kubin
4/11 videos from my installation "Within" at the Boston Cyclorama, May 2016.
My work is inspired by my past struggle with bipolar disorder, and in an attempt to understand and reflect that past I have accepted my shadow and am trying to show that if embraced, it can be a beautiful thing. The monsters are within us, and we must face them every day.
A crack can be a beautiful thing, in places, within our selves, in creation, and through finding and noticing the cracks in the darkness; I believe that one can find the light.
the mind is a prison. this video reflects the cycling emotions of bipolar disorder.
sound by eelko
a video created using After Effects.
Everyday, I struggle.
To curb my emotions,
To keep the wrong words in and let the right words out.
There is no sense in nonsense,
But again and again, I try to make sense of madness.
Inside-out in an outside-in world.
An endless cycle,
A vicious circle,
I cannot remember how it began,
and I never know when it will end.