Psychic ability-is it a gift or a burden? One woman’s navigation through a world of increased perception is every soul’s journey to carve meaning and beauty from our existence.
Alice is a psychic. And that’s ALL she is to most people, for better or worse. But what about her own feelings, desires, and experiences as she navigates love and loss, life and death, and the morality of seeing more than those around her? Her ability that has enlightened the lives of others is becoming a ‘sink’, a drain on her own life…
A murderous ghost her only companion, she has just given up hope of ever being normal when she meets someone who seems to understand feeling misplaced in the world. Peter dreams of being a sculptor but has a family to support and a wife who doesn’t support his aspirations. Their unlikely friendship inspires them both to joy and freedom, until unthinkable tragedy threatens to destroy everything they love.
We are multi-sensory beings on the edge of understanding our different dimensions, time, space, embracing the unknown, capturing wisdom as we experience the interplay of shadow and light in life.
Unlimited energy potential dwells within our mortal mold of fear, doubt and pain as well as love, inspiration and discovery, and it is the artistry of our own hand that sculpts the form of an individual life. A power that can heal can also destroy, depending on the wisdom of the hand that wields it. Misuse of power can become a ‘sink’, or a drain of energy.
Psychic Sink is a multi-media work of art that integrates live performance with film, music, and sculpture as a representation of multi-dimensional experience.