Enter the Wind is an experiment in the aesthetic sensory. From the perspective of a Native American poet in a dream-state, the wind blows across the landscape, a domino effect on the earth; one culture’s path affects many cultures in succession.
Enter the Wind begins with renowned poet Henry Real Bird’s voice as he tells part of his dream in Crow Language. He then states, “I still dream in Indian”. With the falling of the leaf, we fall into Henry’s dream. He chants, “From the four directions of the wind, warrior cowboys enter the wind”.
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