VIDEO: Max Richter in “Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On” by Yulia Mahr-Nowness
Tuesday, July 14, 201512:07 AM(View: 5482)
This is a very unusual artistic concept...music written for listening the sleeping mind. This short film gives "An insight into classical composer Max Richter’s “Sleep,” an epic eight-hour lullaby designed to ease the audience into unconsciousness. "
"The blind man found as much enjoyment out of the tactile elements of the work as any sighted person ever has by just looking at them." We perceive the outer world based on the construction of inside our mind. With each sensory input, memories are evoked to colour the present.--ZenMoon
Changing images are projected onto a tiny grain of rice to reflect the Japanese belief in "shogyo mujo (the impermanence of worldly things)" and “all creation is infinitely transitory with forms and values changing in each moment.”