Also the mirror on the far left worked well, by the way. The animation is a slow cameramovement through a 3D forest, that’s made of a silver pinetree and a golden deciduous tree, but together they sometimes look more like a jungle. The first half the camera moves forewards, moving in from a black fog. Then the image is mirrored and the camera starts moving backwards until it moves out of the woods and the image disappears into this black fog again. The soundtrack seems to come out of this forest.
Above a view of my three prints (the ‘Shrines, I, II & III) at the Base-Alpha gallery booth on Art Brussels.
I suspect I’m in the business of building Shrines & Temples. This is what art was used for during most of human history. It’s task was to visualize and re-enforce the meaning and super-human/supernatural state of philosophical, fictitious and actual components that believe systems are made of.