Synkroniciti is thrilled to announce that “Inconsolable,” poem and performance by Natasha Heidsieck Mak, film and art by Michel Pavlou, has won our “Transcend” video contest. This is a stunning entry! The technical aspects, the music and art selection and the poetry itself, performed so passionately and elegantly, are all completely mesmerizing and deeply touching. We see vague images, heavily shadowed, with moments of light, of a crowd passing by and of doors, all hinting at transition and mutability. We hear the voice of one left behind as the beloved dies, one who can just make out “the shape of hope” as corporeal contact is irrevocably lost. It is that intangible sense of loss, captured for a moment by this transcendent short film, which leaves a lump in my throat every time I view “Inconsolable.” It is such an honor to include it in our upcoming issue.
We will have features on Michel Pavlou and Natasha Heidsieck Mak as part of our Featured Artist Series coming up next month. The bio that follows is lifted from Michel’s website.