Sometimes I look or listen out for the space and rhythm between things, especially when the days are darker and feel shorter in length.
This week I recorded ambient sounds, searched for textures and layers, and used the moments between seconds to be present.
I experimented with a variety of poetic forms to represent recent feelings, and picked three at random as a starting point for inspiration – a double acrostic, nonet, and triolet. These were composed in response to and in honour of this week’s photographs.
I was also reflecting on the images made last week – it was a process of finding and creating, which I enjoyed. When I look back at the photographs, they could appear to be muted or sombre. This also occurs in my music, where I can find catharsis in minor chords or raw lyrics on the realities of life.