An artistic attempt in *seeing* a family of canaries (ten) - via media work - out of their narrow cage back to a natural, more familiar habitat, maybe the Honduras rain forest, for example.
The bare look of the bird cage at the Market on Mallorca, Spain - at first sight, naively, a somewhat romantic, historically learnt image (birds caged; a voliere in a Chateau, or maybe like in a Zoo) at a closer look soon turns into some detoriating experiment; these tiny beings, moving in extremely fast motion from corner to corner in equally extreme short time lapses (about 0.3-0.5s). As a result making the birds very hard to observe, almost as if they were trying to disappear. Reducing the speed by post production here to ca. 5% of real time, they return to appear, more visible; but compassionately they are visually guised,and (only virtually) sent back to a rain forest from where they may have originated, while the birds’ feathers turn to leaves and leaves turn to feathers...
Still, in the end, we will have to find out for ourselves who is actually caged.

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