UK, 1968-1969, 10 minutes
B&W, Sound (Optical), 16mm
Demystified reaction by the viewer to a demystified situation, a cut in space and an interruption of duration, through (obvious) jumpcut editing within a strictly defined space. Manipulation of response and awareness thereof: through repetition and duration of image. Film situation as structured, as recorrective mechanism. (Notes from 1969). Still utilising all that time potent (signifying, overloaded) representations. (1972). In 1972 had more response on Belgian T.V. then anything they'd ever screened. - P.G.