In Dance, dramatic moments from Meg Ryan's romantic comedies are re-filmed from the TV screen (zoomed in and cropped) to accentuate particular gestures and fragments. What the viewer sees and reads are pieces of important moments from the scripts, which often include references to other films. Compounding this, excerpts from my own emails where romantic relationships were the focus, are woven in, blurring the boundary between fantasy and reality, the cultural and the personal. In the link to the full video, the videos play in sync, however in an exhibition, often the videos move out of sync, breaking down the linear conversation and providing further deconstruction. Viewers must "chase" the text to some degree, as it moves quickly. However, it is not critical to read each and every word: more, the text performs as "impressions" and "echoes".