In Crash, the plane crashes into the sea and then is reborn as a bird flying out of the sky.
This piece originally started with this GIF I made shown below. I love the sky and the sea. When staring at the sea, it reminds me of an old Chinese poem: The sunset and the lonely sands fly together, and the autumn water shares the same color with the long sky.
It's also inspired by Rubicon (Gil Alkabetz, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HNBIvoXVQk&t=239s), with the idea of playing with space and exploring the problematic and often impossible relationship between theory and practice.