This video was spawned out of a collaboration with the Royal Academy of Music. The theme: to capture the essence of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.
For the video portion of this collaboration I made a series of curved white sculptures that would spin while a projector beamed clips from the film onto them. The shifting forms and perspectives were to represent the changing attitudes and warped perspectives of the characters in the film as they fell deeper into paranoia. Also the singular perspective of the camera is a key part of this film, offset here by the shifting forms - but encouraged by the single view throughout the video.
I have since lost the copy of this video with audio.