It's hard to believe that the fascinating universe that Home plunges us into was created on the corner of a table and in a small aquarium. And it is that the ecosystem with its own life in which ink coexists with flowers and plants expands our mind, enabling us to travel to unknown lands through a complete sensory proposal defined by timelessness and the ability to escape the earthly world. Emerged without a premeditated intention, the collaboration between the Amsterdam-based artists is structured in seven chapters, which together make up a film that is almost an hour long. “They are different pieces selected from about twenty-three tracks I made in the timeframe,” says Boris, who created the music recordings more than two years ago.
Time – as a result of the pandemic – has been fundamental in the execution of their joint piece. “This, I believe, was an instrumental part of the creative process, and gave us the patience to create something which also emanates a restful and calm state,” explains Rang, who wanted to explore long, extensive and abstract creations as opposed to ephemeral stimuli and immediate visuals we get in our daily life. Now they get ready to carry out the perform the complete experience on stage.