Directed by Dr. Sepian, the clip explores Tierra de Fuego’s forests as breathing subjects, along with its indigenous dwellers, the Selk’nam people. Spirits and rituals are manifested through movement during a boy’s initiation ceremony, nicely matching the song’s erratic spirit.
I did further research on Yoko Ono’s “art.” Seemingly, she’s often classified as a sound artist. There’s more for me to learn on the topic, however, I find this video a very quick but intriguing introduction to what “sound art” can be. Through this perspective, it’s very interesting and I’m looking forward to learning more about it. Yoko Ono still not as much.
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|Por: Arturo Ortega Morán, Domingo, 30 de Octubre de 2005|