photo crazy_zpsbe2f636d.gif as of recent I've found myself deep within a paradox, an ending--ending precisely where it began. as I flow beneath this river of concept I find it hard to follow the ebb and flow--the puuuuuussh and pull of each subsequent tide. an elegance was found here in this placcid shoreline of sorts. a reflection, gone far past its limitation--an insect far past ecdycis, cocooned in an effervescent glow--metamorphosed into oblivion. I shed not one tear for those trapped in the wire, nor expect a single tear from those longing to get in. I'm in, and that's all I need to know; and strangely all you need to know as well...however let your questions be your guide.
From Ode to Lumpy, Pout Melody (animation by Lilli Carré, sound by Alexander Stewart). Drawn on 20 pieces of paper. The full film with sound can be viewed here.
Inspiration, 2013

Anne Worbes
Paul Delvaux. The Office of Evening (1971).
Vignette: Amarylis
from the Alpha and Omega suite
Edvard Munch
1908 - 1909
Edvard Munch (Norv. 1863-1944), Le Chêne, 1903, estampe, 79,8 x 59,9 cm, Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett (SMPK)