Sam Welch, MDes Sound for the Moving Image.
We wither, wallow, wait and ward off this unshakable evolutionary response. Panic is silence. Panic is crowding, a bustling cornucopia of responses and reactions. Panic is i n d i v i d u a l and collective. We all experience panic in different forms, differing severity differing in frequency. Our panic is individual yet collective. It is both private and public, secret and gossip. Do we all feel panic the same? Do we perceive others panic as our own perception of panic? My panic is your panic, is your panic yours?