Violet

diretto da Sabine Moore

Durata: 02.55 min

Sinossi:

Violet, a brief and fleeting moment. Violet, a color that is a reflection of light which the human brain can not totally process or understand.
A violet flower, breathing, it's water content moving, that movement translated into sound.
This music video is an audiovisual piece created by artist and musician Waterflower (Sabine Moore, from Latvia).
A collage of moody images, characters that draw inspiration from 90s Club Kids, 70s sci-fi films and Latvian pagan folk gods (Mother Nature). In the video, the sounds violet flower acts as a bridge between two girls and their different worlds. The sound is like a pink glass ball that is passed between the characters, though they never seem to actually meet. Or are the two characters simply two sides of the same person? Violet tells a story of fleeting transformation, one that has neither ended or has it ever really begun?

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Genere: video arte

Tematiche: environmentphilosophical

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Violet, a brief and fleeting moment. Violet, a color that is a reflection of light which the human brain can not totally process or understand.
A violet flower, breathing, it’s water content moving, that movement translated into sound.
This music video is an audiovisual piece created by artist and musician Waterflower (Sabine Moore, from Latvia).
A collage of moody images, characters that draw inspiration from 90s Club Kids, 70s sci-fi films and Latvian pagan folk gods (Mother Nature). In the video, the sounds violet flower acts as a bridge between two girls and their different worlds. The sound is like a pink glass ball that is passed between the characters, though they never seem to actually meet. Or are the two characters simply two sides of the same person? Violet tells a story of fleeting transformation, one that has neither ended or has it ever really begun?

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