If you were to disappear today, just slowly faded into nothing… What would you leave behind in this world? What difference would you have made, who might you wish you had apologised to and who might you wish you had expressed your love for? In a time when we have all been reminded that we cannot take life for granted, The Disappearing Act reminds us that life should not be taken for granted, that tomorrow isn’t guaranteed. Encouraging us to avoid regrets by chasing our dreams and following our hearts, the film seeks to ignite some hope in a dark era and make the world a little less grey.
About the Artist:
Usmaan Khan makes art as a way of conveying his emotions, which he sometimes struggles to put into words because of dyslexia. He feels the impact of art can sometimes be far stronger than words alone and that visual representation of sadness can be easier to relate to than someone saying “I don’t feel good”. He believes the impact of art also has a lasting effect on the audience/reader/consumer. If his art could change someone’s perspective on a topic or belief, make someone smile or help someone know that people understand what you’re going through… that you’re not alone in this scary world, then he feels he has achieved his job.
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