Morning Glory reworks the space of one waking up to when going out of the home in the morning.
It focuses on the multidimensional state of mind when there is a constant juxtaposition between the space
of our primary perception, the space of our dreams and the spaces in which we live, which draws us out
of our selves. The work uses hand-crafted models, animated drawings, collaborative texts and collages,
weaving them together with scenes, shot of morning rhythms of repetitive, day to day tasks and activities.
Raha Farazmand and Kiril Kuzmanov, 2017
Script excerpt from video work in progress:
EXT. LOCATION #3
CIRCUS, IN THE MIDDLE OF A ROUND STAGE–DAY
A –Contagious discouragement
B –Just to show something
A –Blissful lips licking
B –He wasn’t the only one
A –Unwarranted reasonable assumptions are required
B –To look after him, or, failing this
A –Unendurable trembling monotony
B –You’re wet again
A –Misdeeds of the western paradise
B –The wax was soft
A –Detain the planet and proclaim old stars
B –Let me make one thing clear
A –Can’t you stay the way you are?
B –It was fun for a while
A –The day was beginning magically
Still Images from video work in progress.
© Kiril Kuzmanov