An animated book of poetry.
A 1970′s camper truck travels through a metaphysical space, traversing the familiar and the strange in search of peace, tranquility, and love; a world where lace, pipes, arteries, and organs (of both senses of the word) coexist. Inspired by Art Deco, pattern, BP Gulf oil spill, and Louisiana flowers, is a multi-media installation examining the complex relationship between man and his environment. Exploring the poetry of the landscape and the Buddhist process of becoming, the work borrows its’ titles from the five classic elements used once to divide the observational world into the categories: Air, Water, Earth, Fire, and the Void. The work interplays between opposites in hopes to reveal the interdependence that both nature and its inhabitants share