One World – One Love
What would a world be without it's many traditions and customs, without vibrant saris, , mesmerizing classical music and folk dances, delicious cuisines with rich spices
When you tap in a world as diverse and culturally vibrant as ours, when you greet a monk or jump in the sky with Masai , the further you go the more you realize the depths of your soul connected with everyone else and how unity in diversity keep us together, making this world as magical as it is. The education about other cultures and traditions won't only enrich us but it will help us to rise above the religious dogmas, political ideologies and national allegiances which bitterly divided the world, in the first place. The best hope of humankind is to maintain as rich in a diversity of social types as possible so that challenges and that fear of the other and the unknown is replaced with curiosity and respect, so that after we are gone we leave a better world for the others.
Nature the bigest muse to an artist, the highest spiritual experiences, cleanse and nourish our souls, enhance our physical, mental, and emotional health. Connects us with deep within, with stillness and higher coincidences
Nature can survive without humans but humans can’t without nature
Survival of mankind without nature is impossible and humans need to understand that. If nature has the ability to protect us, it is also powerful enough to destroy the entire mankind. Every form of nature, for instance, the plants, animals, rivers, mountains, moon, and more holds equal significance for us.
Human activities have been the main driver of climate change, primarily due to the burning of fossil fuels and it will be the last
Project Type:Animation, Experimental, Music Video, Web / New Media
Runtime:1 minute 53 seconds
Bransha Gautier (b.1981 in Vienna, Austria) is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist, cinematographer, designer, director and tv producer.
Her work spanned different fields but usually deals with themes of heritage, indigienous people and tribes in contemporary times.Her short movies and videos have appeared worldwide E.g. at National Museum of China in Beijing; Museo Qorikancha in Cusco/ Peru; Chosunilbo Museum, Seoul/ Korea; IMAX - Nairobi/ Kenya; British Film Institute, London/ UK; Birla Academy of Arts, Kolkata/ India as well Asian Art Biennale, London Biennale, Beijing Art Biennale
Her art also appeared on many highly acclaimed magazine covers as well as publishing houses such as NatGeo, Vogue, Taiwan Press, PBS NewsHour