Dancing blind, not knowing what steps to take. Without realizing where to go. How to move.
It represents the contrast of a dirty and destroyed world where humans are no more. A refuge in one's own whiteness. A break in the soul, an internal destruction, in which human beings have lost their true essence, their values are and polluted by something artificial.
A nostalgia for the time that was. But the new era has begun without references in which each of us dances alone, blindly.
THE EMPTY FULLNESS
“The Empty Fullness” "The Empty Fullness" is a song along with a short film, exploring the theme of bulimia and of relation with food as a filler of a sense of emptiness. That is how something pleasant and vital can become a strong obsession, turning into something dangerous. Silversnake gets full of food and the food, in turn, slowly devours her. After all, you never meet with your own kind, but only with their shadows.
Time runs fast, too fast…. this is not life. Everything is trapped in a spin cycle turning faster and faster. The body crumbles and the world it’s melting. While I’m looking for the invisible inside myself, the world doesn’t seem to care about me and my being. Even the world doesn’t seem to care of itself. No one listen to what happens into others, no one listen to himself. Time passes and I can not find my way and I feel my dreams are shattered, and I remain trapped in a dead end, so anxiety vortex and lies suffocate me. And I run after the life that does not stop to wait for me. I was staring at the spin cycle of my washing machine and I perceived this crazy sensation of life in a vortex. So I told myself… There’s whole human beings in there, unknowingly living their lives dragged by an uncontrolled motion. A life leading anywhere. So I wrote DEAD END and for this song I create a whirling arrangement.
The video teaser promoting the release of the second album "Her Snakeness".
Subject: Silversnake Michelle
Directed and realized by Silversnake Michelle and Daniele Marchetti
Audio: Marcello De Toffoli
A special thank to Giuseppe Bariona and Valentino Vitali