Ruin Is the Beginning

“Ruin is the Beginning” refers to birth and destruction. Nothing is solid. Instability is inherent in everything, and everything is changing. However, contemporary man is trying to create prefect, potent structures. Let us imagine that nothing exists but a ruin of authority: destruction will become pregnant with a new beginning and the sound of regeneration will be heard. The work depicts a desolate place. The walls are covered by metal oxide, moss, paint, and plants. There is a crack in the ceiling from which a tall structure is hanging. The presence of soil and water in the space highlights the possibility of growth. The flickering of light is reminiscent of instability and the vapor in the air intensifies the sense of suspension. The sound design signifies stagnation, growth, and destruction in an abandoned place.