Momentary music moments. Together with them I publish here my drawing 3d moments with E.A.Poe ’cause you know: I feel momentary.
My 3d artworks (I’m at the beginning – or at the end?)
Sometimes I feel like a RockStar … I know! It must be a Guitar Refraction … this happens when I’m suddenly inspired.
I’m not sure about the destination: Past or Future? I’ve too many things to indagate in the past, and sincerely I don’t wish to know how brilliant is the future, or maybe I don’t want delusions … and you?
Though the track’s title is different, this time inspiration comes from a film.
That’s rare indeed, but U2 are somehow my source of inspiration (together with other irish sounds and rockblues), Daniel Lanois and Wenders too.
About this film, it was the year 2000. Since then, things have quickly changed, our way of life more and more conditioned by technology and public sharing, but I often think that it’s just a (conditioned) illusion.
This intro scene represents somehow my long adolescence … till 2000, I’d have been dead, instead it was the beginning of a new era (if I like it or not).
I played with my own memory about the film, or better: with my feelings about the film, watching the scene just yesterday, when I tried listening to my music with it.
No words for this one … just my subconscious playing …
… or DISTANT GALAXIES
A painter is lost if he finds himself.
That’s wonderful, said by an octogenarian artist.
Naissance d’une galaxie (Birth of a galaxy) was created in the year of the first moon landing. Man had conquered the lunar symbol of the yearnings of Romanticism (a cultural epoch so important for Ernst) and found only empty, rocky silence. As if by way of a replacement, Ernst allows a new galaxy, its circular disc patterned with dots, to arise out of the nebula of primeval forms inhabiting the lower border of the picture. This galaxy is located in the imagination – and in the picture seen here. Entirely in keeping with Ernst’s fantastical natural history, the eternal, ethereal realm and the here and now of artistic invention converge in the moment of this picture.
I’m going to delete my asocial accounts (not this), so I’ll be just HERE and THERE in your ears (and possibly in your heart).
The fog needs to be Celtic to be a Green Fog.
A total keyboard track, no guitar, though I’ve tried it here, I like this as it is.