The obvious takes on a philosophical dimension with ‘Everything Changes when everything changes, when everything changes, then everything changes’ VooCha did not need to sit in a university to write these lyrics, but rather it is puzzlement about the present generation growing up knowing that the world can be one way, and very, very different in the next moment.
Structures can collapse, shift, the world as a whole, that is, the human part of the world is more Malleable, form-able, changeable, shift able, as a whole than assumed in pre-pandemic times. The lands can sink, and we can be back in the sea with our cousins the Cetacean, the mammals, a part of our family which perhaps we formed our limbs, lungs from gills, as the mammals separating, developing in various ways to walk, swim, hunt, breathe.
In this way retaining a form, Timothy Morton refers to as Loop in Dark Ecology’ Ecological awareness is a loop because human interference has a loop form, because ecological and biological systems are loops. And ultimately this is because to exist at all is to assume the form of a loop. The loop form of beings means we live in a universe of finitude and fragility, a world in which objects are suffused and surrounded by mysterious hermeneutical clouds of unknowing.’ VooCha poetically rides on the loop, lowering the gaze embracing finitude and investigating, extending feelers for a way forward perhaps less obvious.