Rust is written under the concept of an organic life form, after experiencing various encounters in life, decays into simple organic or inorganic matter that constructs the world we live in. The striking rhythmic motive in the beginning of the piece represents one’s heartbeat – the powerful sound of birth. As the piece progresses, this motive remains and transforms into different forms- symbolizing the intertwined memories that we share in our lives. The radiant remembrance and reflection from the past will inevitably be oxidized and covered with dust, but one thing remains – the unceasing intent to live. Even though the majority of Rust accumulates a quality of desolation and turbulence, there is always an underlying sense of hope, bringing us towards resolution and acceptance.
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Rust by Calvin Chiu
Rust is written under the concept of an organic life form, after experiencing various encounters in life, decays.... Read More