The ‘self-centred realm’ is about the shortsightedness of reducing our perception.
About the state where we see mostly us and our needs without much of consideration about the others and the bigger picture.
The golden locust symbolises the god of greed and selfishness,
a certain type of approach or a behavioural algorithm.
The appearing and disappearing deers are an analogy to the others who suffer around this type of behaviour. In between these two is the connection, the person who joins the source and the consequence.
Behind the person are another two, textureless copies of him.
These symbolise the two main ways to go. All the way to the bottom of locust’s realm, or slowly working the way out of its influence.
The colours are blue and red. They are changing as the metaphor for sadness and anger.