Location: The car park between Peldu and Mārstaļu streets

In this seemingly simple poem from a sleepless night, the seminal character faces a sad paradox – it seems that the creative spirit has the power to create his own world, and with the help of this world, heal the existential sorrows that trample down all people.

However, the newly created world suddenly seems sad and lonely. It is finished, complete. It lacks a future, the chance to create new things of value that are alive, tangible, fragrant (frost flames in the garden).

Having created his own world, the artist feels lonely there and takes off, to be with nature and people that are waiting for him…in essence it is the same disappointment and loneliness, because the creation of his own world is the artist’s only escape and course of action.

The artist’s path is one of unending traffic between reality and his own world. In this case, a two-dimensional projected world shown on a plastered wall strives to meet with the real, 3 (or 4 🙂 dimensional world.

Poetry Author – Andris Akmentiņš. Music Author – Ernests Ansons
Project Idea Author: Māris Kalve
Project Implementation: NA Company
Cooperation Partner: Studio Kalve

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