Distance from trauma lets you look back with a certain resolve, albeit with a harsher lens on persisting behaviors and habits. I've retreated previously into temples of sonic delight, but a lingering evil still haunts, patiently stalking through the desecrated corridors of a sound structure stitched together from old church media loops and movies that I would not have been permitted to see back then. The templebound are blind to the horror that hunts them, and both fall in a ditch.
Templebound is a survival-horror signalwave drama chronicling my feelings of guilt, grief, loss, and desire as I became increasingly disillusioned with and left the semi-fundamentalist orthodox institution that governed my thought, appearance, finances, and if I had let them, my education and my marriage. As I worked on this project, the conclusion I arrived at is that I am proud of who I am and that I'm grateful to be alive ~