'Maybe Later' poetically responds to a perpetual state of technological isolation represented through use of static and animated visuals. This aims to reflect on unique experiences of 'self-sabotage', and provoke the viewer's own abstract interpretation. This term describes the avoidance of tasks and ultimately destroys opportunities and life goals. It's a constant feud between your two self's, causing unnecessary guilt and anxiety. The advice I would give to my past and future self would be to end this spree of self-sabotage - reboot, experiment and explore, until you arise from the darkness.
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