This is an experimental film about the gap between the birth of sound and the moment it arrives.

The black paint is a methaphor for the sound. After the person in this film 'speaks', the sound starts moving. In it's journey it hits a number of objects that should make a sound. Because of the gap you do not actually hear the sound of the object but merely the beginning of it. At the end all sounds 'created' during the journey come together in one big, noisy mess that the person who spoke in the beginning spits out.

Audio by Michiel Wesselink.

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