Kramer O’Neill – Till Human Voices Wake Us
“I was interested in how the joy of being in the water contrasts with the power of the ocean; humans are really nothing compared to that power, so there’s a certain element of giving one’s self up to this thing that’s beyond our control. If you look at the series, there’s a narrative arc to it, going from calm to turbulent to violent to calm again – the stillness after catastrophe, or maybe the world after humans are gone. Of course, I’ve no idea how much of that comes across; it’s not a literal story, but it is the concept that holds the pictures together for me, and it’s inextricably linked to these aesthetics. ”
from the recent interview for MOSSLESS.