"it sounds like a description of a journey close to being a dream
a parallel journey towards a state of mind
toward a sense of freedom
a freedom only the unknown can provide
it sounds like an attempt to constantly redefine one self
and reevaluate ones perception
but also of one self within that space
and how to move thru it"
The frequency of light project speaks of atlases as a subjective and continuous creations. Since no two people imagine the world alike and our perception of the world alters along with experience and inquiry. It focuses on the different light frequencies around the globe, how the amount of light and the various color schemes it produces affect us and forms our vison of the world. It poses questions whether the light might actually stear us in different directions and attract or repulse us physically. Is there a scientific influence to belonging? Do we have individual directions or genetic destinations to follow just as whales, butterflies and birds do? What does it mean to recognise one self within a foreign location?