Video: Mark Wiedemann

This piece was developed by a group based on experiences from a multi-media congress. We wanted to create a movement against the capital-infused accoutrements, a movement to permeate the surface instead of time and again nicely and vacuosly mirroring it. A movement into the depth instead of breadth, a movement of reduction, as if moving ever closer to a poster wall, and - - - ? The fantasy: there were a wide space behind the surface that could be reached by deepened, reduced motion.

The initial space's sound consists of recordings of spaces filled with people. This sound space is at once stopped and set into motion, a motion composed of interlocked filters and spatialization. The climax of these automotions forms the transition to the second space which operates entirely with noise fields.