video animation, a reconstructed vision of Samuel Bekett’s “Waiting for Godot”.
"Godot to come Yesterday"
"Godot, that would never come, is something which I believe exists inside me.
And as I cannot wait for what I am not able to comprehend or visualize, I actually wait for something that does not extend beyond the borders of my knowledge, imagination or visualization.
I, by that know Godot
He resides there as I wait
Always there as I wait
In my memory
In the dream
In the hope
There, where my hands cannot reach
He is, in other words, what I long to be
Or, he is just me as I wish to be and cannot
Godot was I when I could fly
He is the freedom that I do not possess the way I like, other than in my mind."