Unstable Horizon

A slow transition connects a series of images, where none of the pictures are permanent but in a constant process of interlacing with the next or the previous one.
Analog photographs registering the horizon line between ocean and sky were taken on different days and always in the same place. The sequence of moving images reassembles the duration of the days, where the light variation and the horizon line visibility simulate a long and peculiar twilight (where images taken in different days are compressed in few minutes).

A sound piece produced with an analog synthesizer system is presented together with the video, building a dialogue with the visual work: the electricity is modulated in subtle variations producing sounds that simulate waves and winds; at the same time, the light and the overlapped images modulate light and color of the landscape.

Video / 12 minutes

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