For this Spirits of Babylon series painting, I was thinking a bit of the classic silent film by Charlie Chaplin, "Modern Times." For this piece, I intentionally left it vague as to whether the characters are heading down a staircase or a conveyer belt. It's meant to show movement toward some type of conclusion or understanding. They're blindly practicing "social distancing." But then again, don't we always do that to some extent in terms of human understanding? They look like they're trying hard to tap into the large energy flow that is set off by the faintly outlined spirits looking down on it all.
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