I travel on your black and white and roboted roads
Through your thick iron breath that you inhale
At six in the morning and exhale from five noon.
That is the time when I come to you,
When your neon flowers flaunt from your electrical wind,
That is the time when I leave you,
When your neon flowers flaunt their way through the falling darkness
On your cement trees.
And as I go back, to my love,
My dongas, my dust, my people, my death,
Where death lurks in the dark like a blade in the flesh,
I can feel your roots, anchoring your might, my feebleness
In my flesh, in my mind, in my blood,
And everything about you says it, That, that is all you need of me."
Directed by Aksel Stasny and Manaho Shimokawa
Music by Ivan Pavlov / COH
Performers Manaho Shimokawa and Thamsanqa (Thami) Majela
Still photography by Joe Schroecker
Location Manager Michael Stasny-Dick