In GENESIS, the notion of time is confined in small touches and in few brush strokes. We, as viewers, find ourselves alone, displaced in a territory without borders or defined patterns. At first, the absence of a narrative creates a sense of uncertainty, but that sense is soon replaced by other feelings. We come to understand the tension between movement and stillness, sound and silence, memory of the past and brave embrace of the future.
— MAURIZIO PELLEGRIN