United Crystal Forest
Distorted surroundings, shifting realities.
Upon first glance one sees clarity. Upon second glance the clarity shifts. The more one focuses the more distorted the vision. From time to time a sparkle of light renders the crystal visible before it disappears once more from view. The fragility of the crystal seems to bend and stretch, appearing to breath in and out. Delicate balloons rise from these breaths, colourful moments of temporary beauty born of invisible yet everlasting objects.
Against the bold contrast of its surroundings the crystal appears temporary and eternal, fragile and unyielding; such a condition imposes both a trick that fools your eyes while acknowledging a freedom that is unable to be placed.
You know what they are saying though they haven’t said a thing.
‘How did you see right through me?’