(2010; 16mm; 3:00; silent)
If a ghost is an anomaly of light that takes on human form and the cinema is a machine capable of arranging light in highly organized patterns, then it seems apparitions appear so often in the space where celluloid and light collide that we take these images for granted. When these patterns of light take on human form a man is no longer made of flesh and blood but of machine and light.
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