Julian Grefe and Justin Geller’s work (aka Pink Skull) left us an outstanding piece. Brilliant combination of vision.
It is impossible not to feel drawn to the overpowering strength of the beat as its intrinsic force presents its different layers where the sound-world manifests, and by doing so, it creates a sense of space. The appearance of disturbing noises migrating from this nature to that of language after its repetitions and evolution is gradual and floods the perception. But there is more… The world opens suddenly, a city of burning lights and electricity that wire the subtle dance, the coordinated choreography of life, of that-which-is, conveying with uplifting mass the ephemeral, and yet tainted with a hint of an almost shy melancholy… an elegy, some would say.