Working on new imagery for some of the scenes that I haven’t yet visually described:
THE BUILDING SITE
The urban artisans of the future are finely tuned to the fabric of the city. They order and construct the city through precise gesture. Moving like dancers across the city’s construction sites, these architects and engineers pilot the infrastructure of the city.
THE TOILET STALL
A dramatically thin woman sits hunched in a toilet stall, head bowed. Red light… Deep blue shadows… Her skeleton shifts beneath delicate skin. The red walls bulge disgustingly like swollen flesh.
‘I remember that the worlds that protect and express us, can also imprison. I see bubbles of pain; worlds of self-obsession, cast from our own desires and insecurities.’
THE CONTACT LENS FACTORY
A huge expanse of clinically white equipment. Machines move in unison. Lines of contact lenses are polished and packaged. Packets of new electronic lenses move along a conveyor belt.
More scenes and elaborations on existing images to come.