Susanoo: freedom, chaos, individualism, the outburst of the unexpected, the breaking of borders, conventions.
Amaterasu: order, structure, rules, regularity. The restraints, the discipline. The protocols.
Two conflicting visions. Two diverging actions. Two separated planes of existence. Here, I tried to reconcile the two opposites into a music composition using their names as major seeds. Surprisingly, the Susanoo melody (at the tails of the track) was more structured, while Amaterasu’s (the central part, 40’ to 1:40’) resulted more “free” to my ears. Karmic retribution perhaps? ^_^
The first picture combines two photos I took at Louvain-la-Neuve — The rising sun and shadows of wintr trees from a painting by Belgian artist Paul Delvaux, which can be seen at Louvain-la-Neuve’s railway station (and in the third picture.)
The second picture depicts (I think) main-belt asteroid 10604 Susanoo and is © Isidoros Krastyo Morpheus
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