The plant hormone Abscisic acid is the major player in mediating the adaptation of the plant to stress. The dropping of leaves in the autumn is a vital response to the onset of winter when ground water is frozen - and snow load would threaten to break any branches still in leaf.
Concept & Directing: Sanna Holmberg and Stampenfield
Film & Edit: Sanna Holmberg
Dance & Styling: Ellen Edmar and Mona Namér (Stampenfield)
Hats: ABCG Studio by Garbiela V Castro
Music: LEEU featuring Behr - The Amazing Lyre Birds
We created a new film, and this one is a bit special. It made us realize and feel something very important about what is happening in the moment. Behind all the brainstorming and creating there's a lot of conversations and room to express ourselves in an exposing way for each other, which is extremely important.
This world is sick, there's anger, a lot of violence and too much killing happening, just in this second. -Maybe somewhere else than where you are right now - there are human beings living in hell on earth and that must put our privileges least prioritized.
Through every single cell of our bodies we feel deep sorrow for the world. Human kind fucked up, but that wont stop us from creating and believing in positive growth. It helps, it inspires and it makes us feel and see different situations in different perspectives. So here's a new piece we created with mixed emotions for the world. Lots of sorrow lots of love. Get your feet back on earth and do your best to contribute with positive power and care to this world. Create something else, create with your friends. Collaboration makes magic.
South African producers LEEU and Behr created this beautiful music, Gabriela made the gorgeous customized hats with her bare hands, Ellen and Mona are doing what they were born to do and Sanna is the part putting it all together. Forget about the stressful things you have in life for a second and take a moment to watch this, support us and share it if you like.
Take care, of yourself and others. Keep creating, keep supporting.