…Just kidding, there is no theme.
The following text was taken from online conversations other people posted in the Comments section of a blog.
From a (non) practical viewpoint the “theme” attempts to…illuminate the micro-associative thoughts within the mental ether of an individual. At such esoteric altitudes an objective and holistic view can be had. A singular and articulated form becomes recognizable. The shape of this form is created by contextualizing the generalities which lay dormant in disparate works of art, in an effort to perform the intellectual chore of summation. This should always be considered only part true. To draw connections from the mechanics of a thing is called having an inquisitive nature (but you knew that). To draw conclusions from them will never be completely true (like theory). However, if every viewer is obligated to draw their own conclusions, without the use of a thematic device, then static is created, a dull hum permeates, instead of a clicking metronome. Divisive personal assumptions will be the fodder for internal edits, and the outward debate of fiction with those nearby. Here in, lies the actual probability of probability, and an individual meditation on the fact-less parts that live in all works of art. I think this is also the best part.