MOONLIGHT GRAVITY

2015, 04m54s​, digital drawing  director/composer SONG Yungsung

One day, many trees fall. Some of them die; some of them still breathe. At night, one tree stump dreams. It grows again against gravity and its dream moves to the moon…

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Everything started with one small mountain behind my house.

 

One day, when I went there, I saw a lot of trees had been cut down and were lying on the ground. I decided to keep a record of this so I photographed and sketched the stumps and fallen trees. Some time later, many things around the mountain started to connect to each other and expand in my mind: trees, death, breath, day and night, the moon, gravity, rhythm… 

 

I want the tree stumps to be reborn and free themselves from gravity. And what about the moon? It might want to free itself from the earth as well. I simply imagine that everything escapes from gravity. But the dream ends and everything returns to as it was.

 

Life is born and dies, sleeps and dreams. 

And morning comes.

 
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