Nik Forrest

2002, 04:00 minutes, B&W, English


“00:00:15;00” is an experimental video based on 15 seconds of footage which has been processed and repeated 15 times, mirroring the processes of repetition and rehearsal, which are part of memory. Words appear out of an abstract landscape hovering for a moment on the verge of disappearance. Failure and break-down become part of the structure as the image flashes, rolls and disintegrates between each repetition. Original sound based on noise and tone generated in Metasynth and Protools is used to amplify and draw attention to the repetition and imperfection.

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