Thanks to Elly Nobbs for featuring free-fall on her blog. Here’s a snapshot of her thoughts –
It’s fascinating how effectively the chain thing works. Themes, settings and characters keep transforming — reminding me of the stories of Ovid’s Metamorphosis . Because each artist or author has only the previous work to respond to, the progressions feel like life itself, in some aspects … in the ways that each of us are limited in what we know and limited in what we can control (or indeed how much free will, if any we have), but nevertheless we keep making decisions, moment to moment.
And in our lives, things keep happening, one thing leads to another … but what happens and why, is the result of innumerable variables. And as I enjoy and interpret the works in free-fall, I also think about how we humans yearn for some sense of coherence and patterns and meaning … and how these things can emerge in our communal stories and art.
There are just two copies left to buy at free-fall.