combined elements of video art theory, dancefilm, visual music and music into a video piece in an attempt to generate non-cochlear sound
was created from only a few seconds of original video footage. Phrase and structure were generated through the repetition and development of small hand movements and micro-choreographies using video editing techniques (Brannigan, 2011). The movements of the hand were sculpted into recognisable and repeatable patterns, some of which being physically impossible for a human hand to perform without technological intervention
was composed as a projection piece for the concert hall which attempts to draw on the culturally explicit notion of a classic cinematic narrative and associations with the screen (Klein, 1990; Westgeest, 2016).
The videos contain flashing images. There are no sound files to accompany the videos.