The San Francisco multimedia artist shares the visual component of his latest project.
Today, Christopher Willits released OPENING, an audio-visual project that combines seven ambient tracks, 45 minutes of visual, seven photographs and a “multi-sensory, multiple channel live performance.”
We premiered the music last week, and now we’re proud to present the visual component: an abstract narrative film built from images and footage from Willits’ travels in California, Hawaii, Japan and Thailand.
“There are no actors or dialogue in this film,” he writes. “The audience and their perception is the main character, and everyone’s imagination is going to create some meaning that’s relevant to their own experience. My intention is to create a space where people can open up and expand into, relax and recharge.”
Watch the 45-minute film above; OPENING is out now via Ghostly.