Maybe Tomorrow a Better Possibility / Resolution and Redemption was first conceived as a collaborative project with video artist Walter Smith and fellow artist / singer / actor and friend, Ronald Freeman in 1994. The emotional impetus for the project was the ever increasing urban decay surrounding us in Philadelphia. Through substance abuse, drug warfare, and a rapid deterioration of its infrastructure, we came to see our beloved city in a struggle for survival. The original song, Hunger for Holiness, which accompanied the original video was written and sang by Ronald. The composition sought to give insight to the problems and plight of the urban construct and hope for a better tomorrow. In this remixed version, a dreamlike jazzy trance score replaces the composition to create an otherworldly sense of ambiguity, but again hope.
June 15, 2011 | Categories: 2011, Art, Digital Art, Music, Philadelphia, Uncategorized, Video | Tags: 2011, Art, Conscious Mind, Digtial Art, Mindfulness, Music, Philadelphia, Photography, Ronald Freeman, Social Injustice, Substance Abuse, Urban Decay, Video, Walter Smith | 7 Comments