"Future, past and present blend. They drag out and seep through each other, blurring bounds and edges. A memory surfaces, an image, and it is no longer clear what belongs where and if it ever really did.
'All Mine' addresses nostalgia and longing in a state of separation. Imbued with different meanings with various contexts over our lives - a divorce, the death of a parent, leaving home - each of its iterations, to me, evokes the same sense of contracting time. Everything exists at once and all times are parallel. Like a film strip where all the frames already exist, when we see frame 31 and after it frame 32 it seems like frame 31 is gone, but in reality all the frames exist together at the same time on the strip.
When my father passed away, I found great comfort in this notion. At any moment we are the sum of all the different times we lived and will live. Your present self and past self exist in your future self, and your future self is contained in your past self. All time is eternally present, all time is unredeemable.
The video for 'All Mine' represents a sudden glance into the cross-section of time where past, present and future amalgamate and become a single mass, an object, no longer constricted to a linear axis. Time unfurls in front of you, overcome with nostalgia even though you are not sure what causes that sentiment. Longing becomes a feeling that points back towards itself, no longer connected to a single time or place." - Ohal