The message of Pseudocrisis:
The starting-point is the viewpoint, the raise of the issue is the question of the starting-point.
It seems obvious.
Accordingly a crisis and the experience of the crisis can be a kind of catharsis.
The crisis is of the individual, so the topic is not bound to time, space or to any physical condition..
The person, the one, the “Being”, the inner-self is in the centre of the crisis.
It has all of its attached properties, the good and bad feelings, the thoughts.
The location is a deep pitfall symbolizing our subconscious.
The parameters in our subconscious can be caught in several ways, from time to time they can just flash up our deepest feelings emerging meanwhile.
The Pseudocrisis documents these moments on purpose in a would-be shaded way.
The viewer can find out his own answers.
The Being as an inner-self:
The main character – the Being shows himself without face.
He sees his own inner feelings, hears his own inner sound.
These feelings are much more important than physical eyesight and hearing.
This situation projects the tiptoe person’s existence, referring to the reality of a higher level of intelligence.
It reflects its environment with his variable skin colour and material.
The pitfall as the subconscious entity:
The pitfall is the location, where the story takes place.
The pitfall symbolises the deepness, the deeper, hidden contexts of our soul.
This is the stage of explanation, understanding and meeting.
Meeting with ourselves, with our inner-selves.
We can get here in a long wall edged stairway step-by-step.
In such a way we get to a deeper level of sense, slowly, on purpose.
In an other way we can have a look at our subconscious from the pitfall’s edge.
It’s an other viewpoint, because everything is a matter of perspective.
The crisis is real from a certain aspect.
An other view shows something else: it is Pseudo, the false character comes from this.
The term ‘Pseudocrisis’ originates of this relative stand-point, as well.