For To End Yet Again, 2006

For To End Yet Again is a non-narrative, philosophical investigation, which uses technology to alter and shape reality. In the video, motion is not progress, but rather circularity and repetition. Time passes and as much as there is change, there is also the realization that we end up where we started. The video works with the body as an object that creates and carries time through motion. Through the process of video editing, the speed and rhythm of time are altered and reorganized. Sound is manipulated to become an aggressive element, which disturbs and breaks continuity.


5-minutes, single channel video

Michele Beck and Jorge Calvo



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