In Minecraft, losing your possessions in survival mode isn't just punishment. It's something deeper: everything you once held dear, emerges in a silent choreographed revolution. The artist, as if under a fatal spell, bursts into flames, leaving behind all his possessions. Don't worry, he'll respawn.
Minecraft the game.
Minecraft, the sandbox game, reveals a non-linear narrative that invites insatiable curiosity and limitless creativity. In this game world, losing your most prized possessions in survival mode isn't just a punishment. No, it's something deeper: everything you wear, everything you once held dear, emerges in a silent dance, a choreographed revolution. The objects, those essential elements, detach themselves from the fabric of the world, springing to life in an aerial levitation. They waltz and twirl, signaling the site of the tragedy.
However, here on Earth, our personal possessions do not have this dancing spirit. They remain in the background, discreet, for those who do not cultivate intimacy with them. This installation materializes the invisible gears of these video game universes.
You have just connected to the "Cring is Cool" card. The artist himself, as if under a fatal spell, bursts into flames, leaving behind all his possessions. Don't worry, he'll respawn.