In the piece Reconception, a film camera and accessories are recontextualized by the combined application of digital and analog components in an effort to examine the inevitable death of film cameras. The use of motors and amplified contact microphones captures the sound of the repetitive mechanics of the camera. By digitally altering the audio, a synthetic heartbeat is produced. The audio signal is then combined with the video to generate interference with the found video. This 50s era film, explaining the functions of the heart, ties into the piece thematically while also creating the camera shadow and canvas onto which the negative in the camera is projected. By intertwining the visual still and moving images with the audible mechanics of the previously idle tools that capture and display, a sustainable, living, media sculpture is created.