Invisible is a product of growing up through psychological challenges and finding comfort in isolation. The paths being a reference to the psychological tangents I’m able to find relief from in nature. It is also a perspective/representation of the importance of maintaining a grounded mindset that society has let slip. In today’s urban age we have fewer chances to find solitude and develop our focus.
There are many modern interruptions which are relatively new in society that’ve integrated into society. They’re always on our person or in sight and pose a psychological interruption throughout our day, grabbing for attention, a looming distraction that pounces at any time. Inner clarity comes from the stillness and silence of life, being able to stay in a quiet space and talk things out. I’ve been creating moments of psychology through nature to represent this dynamic.