Canada, 1969, 12 minutes
Colour, Sound (Optical), 16mm
'...makes use of rear projection, re-photography, stop framing, multiple framing and slow motion. The migration is interpreted as the flight of a ghost bird through aeons of space and time, through the micro-macro universe, through a myriad of complex realities. Successive moments of the film develop rhythmic, organic counterpoints in which cosmic transformations send jelly fish into the sky and ocean waves into the sun...' - Gene Youngblood, Arts Canada.