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16mm Studies

These are in-camera experiments capitalizing on the depth and grain of 16mm film when shooting in high contrast and the opportunity for mechanical double exposure (rewinding film in the dark and re-shooting), making for imprecise and surprising convergences. These experiments also explore the separation of image and sound in film, and the opportunity to stack even more unexpected convergences.

The imagery was guided by a curiosity for seeing under(water) and from research into disaster, both ongoing interests originating in a concern with impermanence and the endless instability of all things.