A series of experiments with tiny spaces and tiny sounds. I hope to expand on this work someday.
This film is an assemblage of photographs taken at Imperial College London in 2003 and 2004.
The first part is just everyday objects like a record, a can of coke, pencils on paper, markers on paper and the surface of an orange. I like the unfamiliarity with these very familiar surfaces.
The sounds are an attempt at a parallel to these small spaces. I took very quiet sound and boosted the volume to get them. Although this is not the equivalent of microscopic sound a proper parallel would be granular synthesis.
The second part is macro photographs of human skin, at this magnification the skin becomes landscape. It is strange to think of us in this way. This was a study for an as yet unfinished project called Landscapes which was an exploration of flesh in detail.