PLANT MAGIC

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PLANT MAGIC by Antonio Da Silva

PLANT MAGIC is a poetic, audiovisual experience with the elements of water, naked male bodies and agaves (agave attenuata). It is an idyllic world of bright light and sexual openness.

The plants become an extension of the male bodies. Ritualised embracing and gestures of tenderness are exchanged between men, between plants, and between men and plants. When intense sunlight hits the surface of the water it reflects in sensuous ripples, curves and flickers on the bodies and plants. A play of light on  skin and leaves. The physicality of thick plants and men are immersed in the depths, where men and plants swim. Plants are inherently feminine and masculine, the affection they induce is what is missing in the urban man, when nature is there for him, with him, around him. Man is happier when he is ecosexual.

A film by Antonio Da Silva

With: Antonio, Gaspard De La Nuit, Iker, Luk, Luka, Pedro, Stephen, Romeu, Rowland, Tom Smith and Victor
Camera, Editing and Sound Design: Antonio Da Silva
Photo by: Florian Hetz
Year: 2021
Length: 08:10
Thanks to: Plant Magic artist residency curated by Rowland Byass in Alicante, Spain.

 

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. I was having trouble with my eyes lately , WELL I GOT MY VISION BACK lol

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  2. Antonio you are a expectional artist. Highly erotic and shows the beauty of the masculine body.

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  3. It did get me hard and horny

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  4. it’s really beautiful! (and your colours are next level here!)

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  5. LOVED it! It is very erotic and arty!

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