During week 1 of the 17 Days Llewellyn Gallery I only had the chance to stop in on two of the days, day 2 and 4, and day 2 is the one that impacted me in a way I didn’t expect. The piece of day two, titled “Kindred”, was done by Simone Doing and Max Puchalsky. The clip itself couldn’t have been longer than a minute or two before looping, and it simply portrayed a naked women laying on a bed in a dark room with the only source of light coming from a single window. There was soft and mellow sounding music playing along with the clip, and immediately the scene gave me a sad and somber feeling, despite the subject material having no real emotion tied to it from a blank standpoint. When watching the clip the figure of the girl eventually turns opaque, showing a smaller, furry figure resting in its place. I spent about half an hour total looking at this clip but couldn’t fully understand the meaning of it all, but I do believe it was meant to give off a heavy and sadly emotional feeling, as that is the tone I left the room with.