Singularity: A Dense Soul
Posted on: February 8, 2021
“The human body is something we know exists. We can see it, we can feel it, and in a literal sense, we are wearing it. It reacts to touch, pain, and most importantly music. We’ve developed dances as a reaction to how certain sounds make us feel. It is this experience that gives us more proof that the body is real and we are existing, but what makes us different than our animal counterparts? The existence of a soul. A personality. A spiritual flame that goes out when our body gives out. It is no doubt that music does more than make our body move, it can also make us feel more whole. This feeling varies as we can also clash with certain musical energies, but the interaction is there. It exists like the body exists.”
This series explores that existence through multi-layered double exposures and designs created while listening to songs and sounds that have impacted me the most.” -Derrick Chirinos.
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