Making a film is akin to the figuring-forth of a new form of life. It’s like giving birth to oneself afresh. This process is intensely personal and intimate, but it’s an intimacy of the outside, of the other.
By travelling within this intimacy we gain access to the transformative, shape-shifting dimensions of everything encountered along the way. From dreamscapes of human desire and suffering, to animal, plant and mineral milieu – from medical imaging and the crack of thunder to daily rituals of tourists and companions, everything intrigues the eye and the ear. There seems then no need for imposition. My ordering and narrative come from the passage itself… Get used to it!