<A Strange Place>
An inexperienced new environment is a medium that can connect unconsciousness and consciousness so I can find another part of me.
Two Eyes(Dunun) took everything with his camcorder while strolling around streets of Manhattan in New York in 2008. The steam rising from the asphalt surface was strange, too. While shooting the scenery of the city, he found an old man who was taking a picture. Two Eyes was fascinated by him and recorded him taking photos while following after him. The old man went everywhere taking photos of all objects and sceneries seriously without noticing my presence. Two Eyes followed him into an unknown park before he knew it. The old man also took photos of the park. Then he got out of the park and went inside a building. Two Eyes couldn’t record him any more.
Who was he that was taking photos of the street at the same time when Two Eyes doing it? What would he do for a living? Two Eyes was curious.
He maybe is living a life that resembles a HEART.
HE(het, ear, hear)ART
Did you stop for the present?
Heart beats and is always ready to listen carefully and get excited.
Heart dreams endlessly.
It beats continuously with love. It resembles love.
Heart raises love endlessly.
It beats continuously with a dream. It resembles dream.
Heart grows consciousness endlessly.
It beats continuously with creatures. It resembles creatures.
The sound outcome of a heart is recorded
in the mind. It creates the honest mind
continuously like a nail growing without a pause.
If you are fed up with your present life, stop looking ahead
and close your eyes, and pay attention to your inner voice.
Your ears embrace all around and stimulate your sensibility.
Build a house that resembles your heart through
the eyes of your mind. And invite a dream.
The dream you have after you are awake.
Heart inspires new life into the whole body.
Beating is endless without a rest,
Sharing the honest mind created continuously
Live a life that resembles the heart.
- Thoughts of Two Eyes 33 years after arriving in the planet earth.
Dunun _ Desire _ 76 x 50.5 _ Digital Print _ 2005