Eighteen months ago, I spent four days and 4 nights alone in a very outdated wooden in Devon, within the West of England. The barbed wire and barracks had been gone, bulldozed after the conflict, during the time when the Japanese internment was a largely hidden a part of American historical past. It’s a story of time, my residence, my household, and how this story continues to consume our time and house to be human, creating existential crises in people (myself).
For me, Dark Mountain explores the idea that while all those things are after all true, it’s our start line that’s the faucet-root of the problem. Most of us in America grow up shielded from the sufferings of great violence and catastrophe, however I walked streets the place battles had been fought and saw historical buildings nonetheless not but rebuilt from the Allied bombings.
Then they got here up towards a police patrol on mountain bicycles, which again led to extra capturing, without injuries. In these languages, reality itself cannot be conjured anywhere exterior of a linear, progressive spectrum of time. Furthermore, these deformed sedimentary rocks are for essentially the most part older than the mountain constructing occasion.