6 Rooms

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Some surreal musings on a short scifi screenplay I wrote based on fractals and the idea of infinite dimensions. The screenplay in question is complete rubbish in retrospect but the concept art I enjoyed, so here it is in all its strange glory.

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The story is essentially a chase through dimensions, but unlike shows that show a clean journey through the planes of existence this one assumes that dimensions branch like a franctal, as each possible action spawns its own offset of actions. A bit like the film Sliding Doors except each actions would create five more Gweneth Paltrows, each with their own story to pursue.

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I'm not really sure why I chose the number 6 other than I liked the amount of choice it gave, and the amount of duplicates it created wasn't totally untenable at first, though quickly grows to vast proportions.

“The Experience.”

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One of my favourite poems from Simon Armitage's wonderful book "Seeing Stars."

Unfortunately it's the only one of his books that I've found to date that I've enjoyed, but I enjoyed it so very much I think it by far makes up for it. 

Incidentally I lost my first copy of seeing stars when going around America so have now bought his book twice.

His official website:
www.simonarmitage.com

Amazon "Seeing Stars" book link:
www.amazon.co.uk/Seeing-Stars-Simon-Armitage/dp/0571249949/ref=cm_wl_huc_item