Aimond is a hermit. Sitting at the center of his own world – in what an observer would find an unstructured mess. Aimond sees uncountable things happening simultaneously around him. Only here, in this personal universe he has created, can he force everything to slow its tempo.
He imagines stopping time entirely – dust gathering on his belongings, things suspended mid-air. It is his way of making sense of events, of voices, colours and smells. Aimond picks little fragments of information, juxtaposing bits he likes, until harmonies – and then images – start taking shape in his head.
Fabulous Realism is a story told across varying media – each of these stories, characters and images are part of the overarching narrative. Though the connection between them may not be obvious, they are a part of the same universe.
In classic fables each animal represents one character trait, which then usually serves as a way of teaching a lesson to kids. In this series the moral is never as clear – and there are many different stories to be told about each archetype. All characters stand for a unique way of looking at the world.