UK, 2012, 33 minutes 32 seconds
Colour, Sound (stereo), HD Video
I See Infinite Distance Between Any Point and Another (2012) might be understood as a study in gestures and as the second chapter, following from Hydra Decapita (2010), in The Otolith Group’s trilogy of works on hydropolitics and hydroaesthetics.
The film departs from and returns to a reading of Sea (2011) by renowned poet Etel Adnan. Sea draws upon the powers of philosophy to pursue the continuous mutation of matter into velocity. If poetry can be understood as a study in constraint, I See Infinite Distance Between Any Point and Another can be understood as an experiment in concentration that speaks of the mobility of thought and the movement of the ocean.