UK, 1991, 3 minutes
Colour, Sound, Video
'Jazzland' began when Barber noticed that the things that key best are always the brightest against the darkest.
Assembling a sequence of snow falling, filmed with a spot light on a dark night he then keyed it over some landscape footage from a geological programme and set it all to Jazz. The film has a strong connection to formal film making, e.g. Len Lye and would automatically be liked by Dave Curtis.