So, I think what’s true about art is, that it’s able to like – it’s not scientific, you know. It’s not science, like we’re not talking – it’s not objective and these are the facts and we’re lining them up and then illustrate, what’s going on, what art does. It takes these – you know, it reflects on the world, the material world, the – like the social world and all these things and even reflects on science and facts. And then it expresses them in a way, that, you know, gives context to them, that can be felt, you know. I think, it’s not always meant to be understood, you know, at the time. But it is meant to have consequences, you know. So, it can create change without understanding. And I think, that is the most amazing part about art.
So, at the moment we’re working on – we’re working up like a, I don’t know, it’s like a pilot for a series, I think. Called No Homo. And it’s kind of like told, you know, like in the distant future. And it’s told through a digital archeology of like footage from Homo sapiens. And it’s a bit of like a love letter, a goodbye song to like humans. What was a or could have been – but it’s spoken in this idea, that we were just like a (flicks) like a flash on earth, you know. And our lifespan was like nothing compared with the dinosaurs or whatever. So, it’s –talking about us like we were dinosaurs, but obviously pretty prolific creatures. And it’s kind of about – so it has a beauty but also cruelty and different formats. So, it‘ kind of like a kaleidoscopic like docuseries. But one, that creates a direct link between like the agricultural revolution and like amazon fulfilment centers. So, it’s sort of taking all the stuff, we’ve been consuming in the last like couple years and trying to, like pull out really far and make some really big connections and direct connections in a way. So, we’re really excited about that. And that’s going to be cool, because we’re going to work with like several different writers and directors to going to produce that. So, it’s going to be a very collaborative project. And that’s pretty cool.
I think the future of art is the ability to kind of make grander and grander narratives, you know. And connections between places. Because, you know, there is this kind of – I don’t know, if I said it – Timothy Clarke or something. This derangement of scale, you know, that happens between the private – your private small acts and this larger greater global network. So, I think this – this space between being small and insignificant, but being part of a life energy that’s like always moving and circulating and that you’re definitely contributing to, is something, that like must be wrestled with.