"Intersection" and its accompanying piece, "Reflection" are meditative looks at two public spaces and the patters of use around each. "Intersection", looks at the organized rhythms of a busy pedestrian street corner while "Reflection" offers a contrast in kind of human movement and interaction with a public art piece.
Both pieces adopt sound by Philip Glass (and words by John Cage in "Reflection") The spoken word in both can be taken for face value as random phrases, but can be freely associated with the moving images to deepen the meditative experience.
"Themes of mental distraction, public social organization, and hopes for heightened community consciousness came to mind when making the these pieces." ~Saverio Truglia
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