This work connects memories, emotions, and other deeper themes through the contemplation of the relationship of memory and digital media.The narrator points out that he once before wrote to create these ideas and recites an old poem. But, he then tells of how it is no longer written, no longer tactile, but rather digital, lost in “cyberspace”. His connection to memory, to life, to all, has been digitized. To remember the trip to the shore he “walks” there, through “cyberspace”. Literally speaking, he is looking at digital photographs on a computer to remember the past. Friendships among other commodities, have taken the form of pixels – there seems to be something cold and detached about this to him. The work and this description will be stored in “cyberspace”; destined for obsoletion, drawing parallels to existence in general. This theme can be applied or fit into many current existing thoughts and criticisms of our modern world.
The narrator presents himself throughout the piece through the depiction of various body parts and senses: lips, face, legs, torso, feet, and voice.
Videography, Editing, Sound Design, Animation, Rotoscoping, Compositing, & Motion Design by: Ryan Monroe