16mm film, UK, 1978
25 minutes Colour, 4:3, Silent
Available formats: 16mm, BluRay, Digibeta tape, DVD, HD Digital file, SD Digital file
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The film is in three parts, each one exploring the fragmentary experience of perception by resorting to various forms of temporal and spatial dislocation.<br />Concrete Fall and Fergus Walking are both filmed from a moving viewpoint, and the camera motion is 'converted' through simple editing and printing procedures to register subtle depths in space, the layering between foreground and infinity. In Packeted Passages I filmed with two synchronised cameras and fused the two views in the printing stage into one disintegrated screen space. W.R.