uncontrollable semantics

On a day when your mind works slowly, you have to find little ways to kickstart your train of thought.

At home, I’ll take a bath or go with the cat for a walk. At work, I’m not so lucky, so I’ve had to find other outlets. One of them, I’ve spoken about before (Endless Forest) and another I thought I would share now.

It’s a dreamlike art experience, a smatter of colours and sounds – and it’s interactive… doesn’t get much better than that, does it?

uncontrollable semantics

Try it out – it’s very enjoyable. And while you’re at it, read a bit about the artist:

Jason Nelson

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One Response to uncontrollable semantics

  1. rebecca says:

    Having looked at other multimedia creations this one seems very simplistic. I sense this because the lack of words allows for less need to interpret and more time to enjoy the sound, color, and movement. What do you think?

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