Stop and smell the flowers

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Illustration & Animation by Elke Gill

Sound Design by Lachlan Macleod




About the work

It?s a strange feeling, this feeling of chaos, while everything is so?quiet. Life has become still, while everything feeling like it is falling apart. Taking in the little, quiet moments has become a way of coping.

We?ve found a new appreciation for the place we call home.

These works are a reflection on the contrast of a still life while the world is in a kind of chaos.

A Quiet Chaos has been supported by HOTA, Home of the Arts through HOTA’s Artist fund: Rage against the V(irus).?

‘Stop and smell the flowers’ is a reminder to take in your surroundings, enjoy where you are in life and to stop always living in the future.

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