— move, lock, pause. move, lock pause. it rotates around the axis of the split screen (but not quite); the camera is fairly static but still hand-held, I suspect. Twice, or three times the screen goes black except for the split and some colour cast, the monochrome and colour side switch. for at least one of the sequences, the camera is further away. the screen is suspended, like all others, from the ceiling, has some leaves wound around the suspension leads. to the right you see part of the large projection across the far narrow end of the room.
near space as concept:
the gap as source – copying – remaking the gap – mapping/reinstalling (not) – talking about it – writing endings – performing it. letting it be.
the corridor – walking it – recording it – sitting next to – intervening in it – re-orientating it – working in it. leaving it.
other space – the gap as opening – utopian space in the office – world-making – tracing the corridor. dreaming the spot that opens up and out.
the line to the car park.