See the text comes to read you
2016, 07:28 minutes, colour, English
Tom Sherman’s spoken text guards a sequence of video recordings, preventing these recordings from being fully embraced. During an exercise probing the divided nature of acoustic and visual space, we observe scientific research being conducted, a harbour seal hanging out, and environmental reparation being performed. When Sherman’s voiceover is suddenly terminated three times, the underlying video evidence becomes richly explicit, though not necessarily in a meaningful way.
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