Monday, August 26, 2013

Red Door #1

Recent studies on the Red Doors have demonstrated that one of the many principles in their nature might be a reminiscence of the Sense of Void that humans sometimes feel in their dimension. 

We have found a red door that we believe was generated by the sense of void that a professional chess player felt before making a decisive move during a very important tournament.

He wanted to move his rook on H5, but, due to a very strange sense of existential emptiness that took over him all of a sudden, he ended up placing it on H4 and lost the game.

In that very moment a new Red Door was born in Acquaspazio.

We have decided to enter this door to explore its content.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

The incredible Bio-Tripod

In order to shoot movies in ACQUASPAZIO everybody needs a Bio-Tripod

What is a Bio-Tripod?

It's a three-legged parasitoid frame. Like most of the parasitoid, it consumes the host.
The only living creature that can host a Bio-Tripod is a cameraman.
The cameraman (which is always a dweller of the human dimension) becomes one with the Bio-Tripod (which is always an ACQUASPAZIO creature) and as a result the cameraman is able to shoot the most unique movies, generating camera movements directly from his nervous system. The Bio-Tripod, however, will slowly digest the body of the cameraman as the footage gets consumed. In fact, the footage itself is created by the cameraman's cells. The only kind of film that can be used in ACQUASPAZIO is called Bio-Cellulose, and it's the equivalent of a full human body. Once the film is over, so it's the life of the cameraman. The Bio-Tripod will not die. After the movie is completed the Bio-Tripod will happily move to another host.

The Bio-Tripod is generally a very happy parasite.