a gentle demand // k.zvonik // ©whereness14
A rather busy and layered piece based on a random echo-based piano improvisation that got, well, a bit complicated… Featuring several woodpeckers, various birds, wolves, a chimpanzee, some explosions, and guitar samples courtesy of Tony Lewis - not to mention that strange sound heard in Kiev recently (hence the title). Original photo by Colman Jones
Picture on the wall…”, Installation View | Rose Wylie, 2005, Oil on canvas, 195 x 350 cm / 76,77 x 137,8 in., Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin
Raoul Dufy (French, 1877-1953), Café à Tunis, 1934. Gouache and watercolour on paper, 20 x 26 in. (51 x 66.3 cm.)
I am idealistic. I have to be. I cannot live in a world where I don’t believe in ideal outcomes. That doesn’t mean I am disconnected from reality. It just means I am determined to be optimistic and believe the ideal is possible. It’s for my own sanity. If I didn’t I would go watch Netflix in my bedroom alone.
That young people matter is not an idea limited to young people. I don’t think that only people in that small number you have given, which doesn’t include many people I consider youth, is the only group interested in my messaging. It’s wrong to think only a demographic directly affected has any interest or stake in a cause. There are many people over 29 working for youth engagement who have shown an interesting my campaign.
My demographic is: interested in youth voices being included in traditional politics. That is a large demographic, or so I am going to believe until someone can show me a study that disproves it.
In five years I hope to have just been elected to my second term of office. If not I see myself working in areas of youth engagement and politics in some way.
Want a reason to vote for me? A vote for me is a vote for youth voices.