The Ocean Moves Through It
2013. Rock fragments and other ocean matter on super 8 film transferred to HD video. 16:49 minutes, silent.
At low tide in the Atlantic Ocean, England, a length of blank 8mm film, 50 feet in length, is placed between two rocks where the strip of film becomes subject to various actions and forces, primarily hitting a rock onto the surface of the film. A primal relationship is developed while hitting two ancient ocean rocks together which creates, as a direct reaction, a series of marks which, when projected, produce a myriad display of forms and structures which emanate somewhere out-there in that vast abyss of time and space.