It is a conclusion, according to a most personal approach to computer graphics. And I’ve named it Slowfilm,, but also as a reference to, Slowfood, i.e. savour and long time digestion.

In fact you cannot see it directly on the Internet, and I may eventually send certain things to you, but only by post. Basically seen, it is again to find myself as a member of a very old breed or family, made up with sorcerers, alchemist and then, in between, painters too. Alchemists are talking about transforming lead in to gold; and all such words are only a cover up of instead finding the truth. Tibetan or Christian Orthodox Icons and again it is, looking for the truth, through contemplation and painting; where sometimes each single colour and form has its own meaning and place. Some modern painters, sometimes trying to hide themselves away in all kinds of obscure little places, a Tibetan once compared to me such attitudes to those of a yogi, and he was absolutely right. One of my old masters once mentioned, try finding and painting the green colour of spring? Often it is with isolation or even autism as a natural sense of behaviour. Therefore, it is not so much in playing or working together with other people, even over the Internet, rather than instead quite often, introverted silence. 

Also nowadays, I’m a most happy man. What is suddenly realizing that, after a whole long life of preparation, now to be able to compose in colours? Very much along those lines like for instance a Scarlatti and his sonatas. Taking things in from nature, bird song or roses, to improvise or make our own harmonies.

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