A series of films that reduces cinematographic expression and movement to a minimum. Fabulous emulsions at different scales of magnification that exaggerate the particles which go to make up the filmic mass: small points of light and fields of colour. The minimal movements that are manifested in the surface of the image are like the flows of grains of sand in a desert.
Film for Invisible Ink, case no.71: Base-Plus-Fog, David Gatten. USA, 2006, 16 mm, silent, 10 min.
Pneuma, Nathaniel Dorsky. USA, 1977-1983, 16 mm, silent, 28 min.
Alaya, Nathaniel Dorsky. USA, 1976-1987, 16 mm, silent, 28 min.
Axiomatic Granularity, Paul Sharits. USA, 1972-73, 16 mm, 20 min.
Shadow Trap, Greg Pope. UK, 2007, 35 mm, 8 min.