Well, day five and the fun just begins. This week we explored the evolutions of life, and the realizations that the older we become the less imaginative our explorations appear. Personally, I’m aware of the trend that has come before me, for so many years. I do think that a person can go to a job they don’t like, while maintaining their creative and childlike soul. Its not easy, and its a struggle everyday for me, but within that struggle there’s something wonderful about life. The human spirit can endure the realities of responsibility without losing the fun behind the profundity of newness. I think we all can do better, I believe Kenzie Cooke’s work suggests to us that its not inevitable but let us not forget how things used to be, how we once were as children, laughing, and running through the open fields. This week has been a reminder for me to continue to be consistant in doing the things I love to do, the dreams I believe in, and the individual path I choose to walk. I told Kenzie in an email this week “I’ll let you know more about the latter stages of life, if you remind me about the early ones.” I implore the rest of you to do the same. Thank you Kenzie Cooke!!
Twilight Frequencies: Lets lighten up the mood a bit. What’s your favorite color?
Kenzie Cooke: I wouldn’t say that I have a favorite color. Depends on my mood and the combination, I love mixtures.
Twilight Frequencies: If you could lay your head on one thing what would that be?
Kenzie Cooke:Well I have imagined what it would feel like to be completely relaxed and limp but feel nothing solid beneath me…sleeping on air.
Twilight Frequencies: Water or Land?
Kenzie Cooke: I prefer to stand on land and swim in water.
Twilight Frequencies: Vocals or Instrumentals?
Kenzie Cooke: Instrumentals definitely.
Twilight Frequencies: What is “Sunder?”
Kenzie Cooke: Sunder literally is “to break apart”, “to sever” or “a division”. So sunder represents loss. A loss of perspective, a separation from yourself, from ones childhood or from ones idea of freedom or happiness. Whatever the viewer feels they’ve misplaced.