The World of Adam


3 Responses to “The World of Adam”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s all about appreciating the Gestalt of the images not the images themselves. My Guess is that it is all about evoking an experience shared between the artist the medium and in many cases ourselves. The images are symbolic only in that they represent images we recognize and have feelings for, not in a literal sense of course. Giraffes on a ladder in it of themselves mean little. But it is the music (more in timbre and meter than in actual tonality combined with the imagery, the actions it performs and the way in which it is given. PErsonally I thought the opening to be very engrossing.

  2. Day Vexx says:

    I like the sounds– it’s been fun to leave this on and just dig on them as a long, weird soundscape.

    Not so much interest for me in the rest of it, though.

  3. Woopantz says:

    Cool in a kinda seizure-inducing way. Should definitely come with a warning.

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