Where Sins Are More Sinful by Heather Haley

Canadian poet, musician and filmmaker Heather Haley‘s poem (from her first spoken-word album, Surfing Season) gets the Swoon treatment. Marc blogged about it (in Dutch) here and here:

The ideas for these images came fairly quickly. For “sins,” I had the associative thought, “wash in innocence.” So I went searching for “shower” images and found one by Erica Scourti.

Then I made a “rushing” background by processing images from recordings I made ​​half a year ago from a boat, plus a bunch of Ghent pictures of the most diverse things, faces, and symbols.

Kurt Heintz interviewed Heather about Surfing Season after it was released in 2004. Start here.

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