Can we not repeat history? Somewhere in time, a person carries a package, then drops it to the ground with a crash. Someone else finds the box and explores its content spread out beside it. The story is repeated in what first appears to be an endless loop.
The four channel video installation To Melt (2014) is an audiovisual poem about intergenerational transmissions of memories. The fictional space in the film as well as the installation itself underlines a narrative structure built on repetition.
Eight one minute videos are shown in succession on the four screens. Eight audio showers are placed above and between the screens to emphasize the location and direction of the movement and action in the videos. The audio landscape is distinctly concrete, even if occasionally non-realistic, there is no music.