Death of Samsara (2017)


“Our perception,

Illustrating our mundane existence, 

Our deluded mind, clouded by ignorance and desire,

Cannot see the truth.

But If there is death to everything, samsara could end too.”


Saṃsāra: a sanskrit word literally meaning “wandering” or “world”, which is a concept found in most Indian religions. It signifies the endless cycle of repeated birth, mundane existence, and death again. In Buddhism, Saṃsāra refers to the cycle of suffering, which is eternalized by desire and ignorance.





Setup: Vertical display of projector onto the ceiling. Fill bulb with water. 

Content: Samsara (2011 documentary by Ron Fricke)