The Harrowing. A hand-painted film, with staggered copying of the photograph, to create rhythmic diversities in the mimicry of the bright and melted rock. The recurrent centrality of certain painted forms as well as the twinkling repetitions, which explode as if they were magma of everything that surrounds the forms, suggest a heart-rending process.
Tryst Haunt. A hand-painted film, with staggered copying of the photograph, so that the lines of paint suggesting a thicket are "opposed" to areas of paint centred on pale tones, as if suggesting a clearing in a forest of branches (that in the repetitive form of the whole film only appears fleetingly) – a meeting place that flows through the head, ghost-like.