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KATALYST MUSIC PROJECT
Electronia x Art collaboration with BLOT
Peace and love everywhere. Pure earth, water and air.
THIS WAY UP
Juxtaposing being free & being trapped. The forest represents the tangled lives we live and how easy it is to get lost in our own world.
This piece is about the state of mind one would like to be in as a response to the hectic lifestyle we live. Our definition of luxury in an ideal sense is driven by our closeness to nature.
HAVE AND HAVE NOTS
As technology advances, the world shrinks, gaps get filled. Except for the one between the haves, and the have nots.
The various colours and aspects of our life can unite, define and divide us
A scene from the memories of growing up in Kerala. A regular sight at the temple festivals where the whole neighbourhood is with you to watch Theyyam. While I stood there mesmerised by the colours and the flickering lights, hoping to win a balloon animal.
LOST AND FOUND
When you lend an ear to the vibrations of the world You never know what you'll find there You can never prophecise Some say its colour And some say its divine But all that matters is what you hear Because what you hear What you lose yourself in Is what will bring you back to you
indianama animation 10sec
IN THE NAME OF FAITH
Faith in religion has been like a buoy for humanity. Which helps it to float through in turbulent times. But what happens when faith turns into fanaticism? Many a time, religious rites and rituals takes on shades of torture, where a believer suffers in the name of God. They glorify pain and go through incredible suffering to appease the mighty ones who dwell in unknown heavens. In the names of rites and rituals made in order to serve whom? For what? The questions evade us. As the cuts and grooves made in humanity turns deep and gory, we tend to wonder is it really the faith in God or the wrath of God.
It's a portrayal of the split between believers in the human population. The ordinary believer who has faith in one God and does his best to not disappoint the world and himself as he lives the life he is blessed with versus the religious fanatic who in the name of religion does things to himself and everyone around him. What is religious and who is the religious man today?