Our perception of paradise does not contain other people in it. Earthly paradises are places that are mainly inaccessible, we are not part of it, and that makes them “permanent objects of our desire”. There is no place for us or anyone else in it. Naming the places as “paradises” contains the urge to possess it and “have” them for personal use.
This video is about possession, about settling our passions towards certain gardens of earthly delight, told through a video-fable it speaks about this notion, from an absolutely different perspective.
Music - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; "Auf dem Wasser zu singen"; Franz Schubert