I used a Max/MSP/Jitter patch to split a video into 4 copies of itself playing at different speeds. The speeds were controlled through oscillators producing sine waves that were interfaced with Jitter through a control voltage to MIDI box. This allowed me fine control over a continually changing image. I repeated this process multiple times, feeding the 4 layer footage back through the system and adjusting levels, and speeds, increasing the amount of layers exponentially. "Stream 7" was created from imagery of bare-branched trees lying in a shallow stream. This 7th iteration of the process results in 16,384 layers of video. In this the sound has also been filtered during each re-recording. Moments that originally lasted for a second were drawn out and altered, blending with the events preceding and following, creating sensuous new landscapes that are constantly moving and transforming. "Stream 7" was created during a residency at the Experimental Television Center in Owego, NY.