Eva van der Zand
Liquid raining glass hitting my body from the side
How are you? A question that can always be answered with high or low pressure. Or maybe when someone has under pressure, apathetic. When a person having or showing little or no emotion. Not interested or concerned; indifferent or unresponsive.
I started to draw body postures of performers around me.
A country under pressure.
People's faces under pressure.
The weather that gives pressure on my body.
All seems pressure.
High pressure areas moving to low pressure areas.
Arrows that show that things will change. Pointing out something new will come. It will move. Everything what is now under high pressure will reach a moment it will be with low pressure.
To express how we are has for me always a strong relation with the weather forecasts. The weather on a specific planets mainly inspires me. The planet, known as HD 189733b, is a gas giant with a daytime temperature of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit where it possibly rains liquid glass sideways amid 4,500 mph winds, NASA says.
How does liquid raining glass sideways look like?
I feel like liquid raining glass hitting my body from the side.