The idea of using wine as a primary source came from my experiences in Haiti. I ordered a bottle of wine with my dinner in a restaurant at an expensive hotel in Port-Au-Prince. The bottle arrived on the table together with two glasses. Following a 45 minutes wait, I learned that the hotel did not have a bottle opener to serve it. The bottle was taken away. Money as a resource was not sufficient. Some things are simply so unnecessary that they become totally unobtainable.
I am trying to critically analyse the message in the sound recordings accompanying the video below. While considering the uncertain nature of my unnecessary treats in life and digesting images in the sideshow at the bottom of this post. This forces a broad range of reflections and allows me to develop a deeper understanding of the context of why people deny poverty in Haiti.
A refined version shows metaphorically the uncertain nature of physical objects, which “come and go” like a wave. The mundane and cyclic character of dailiness.