“Deprivation” unfolds as a stark meditation on absence and lack. The minimalist electronic pulses create a sense of emptiness, akin to a vacuum left by something that was once there. The absence is palpable, almost tangible, inviting introspection on the nature of loss and its impact on the human psyche. Through the barren soundscape, the listener is prompted to confront the void within, contemplating whether deprivation is a void to be filled or a space for self-discovery.
“In deprivation, we discover the contours of our soul, shaped by the absence that defines us.” (Søren Kierkegaard)