What if light could pour and was a moving, flowing substance - something material that could be picked up and moved? You’ll see light do all these things in the short film directed by David Parker. Originally the film was created to create awareness about light pollution and energy waste. As the film creators state,
“Bleeding, crying lights were meant to metaphorically parallel the way in which we invisibly squander our natural resources without much thought. While the original sentiment remains, the film also grew into a poetic statement about a world run amok and the human tendency to exploit that which we hold dear.”
In this discussion of waste, the film will be projected in storefront windows across the U.S. To see more of this project, watch the video and click here.