In Melancholy, Adam Mulder uses the seed form as the physical incarnation of his own struggle with depression. Seeds form and transform through external and internal stimuli, much the way human personality traits and emotional identity form through our daily encounters with hardship and blessing. The hypnotic blue lights and the shining outer surfaces of the main body of the seed entice the viewer, which Mulder links to his experience with depression as a strangely appealing monster that can be difficult to escape.

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