Repeating Dissolution is a site-specific video installation working with different perception phenomenons and elements of the medium video/film. This installation is being filmed on the location where its presentation shall take place.
It starts with itself: the screen/projection shows the event location, possible passer-bys or dogs running along and it shows the presentation medium it is shown on– the screen itself. The image repeats itself endlessly in itself. The camera slowly moves into its medium and we see reflections of the surrounding flashing up while the levels of the repeated image are moving closer to each other until now frame came be made out anymore. Borders dissolve and the reality we've just seen got taken over by abstract waves of colour and reflections, created by the digital signal of the medium itself.
As well the sounds transforms from the sound of the surrounding into a Feedback signal, repeating itself in swelling and falling waves.
The medium creates its own film, until the camera zooms out again and everything goes back to start.
Besides thematizing the medium video/film reflects Repeating Dissolution on a time of constant presence of digital spaces and realities in our every day life. Digital spaces exist parallel to our physical realities and merge fluently into each other. They describe a world whose laws and influence we just started to grasp.