(2004, miniDV, color/sound, 10 mins., 2 min. excerpt)
A simple technique with two opposing cameras reveals a body transposed upon itself, confounding the limits of its own physical space..
"Scott Stark's Shape Shift employs a devious editing device that thoroughly destroys our sense of physical integrity. What is the artist's body? A fixed resource poised for delivery? Or a plastic volume for easy reinvention?" - Steve Seid, Pacific Film Archive
"Relaxing repeatedly, from one angle and its opposite, mirroring actions and sounds, testing textures and mashing them altogether in a fuck-all barrage of lonesome symmetry, Stark captures the moments within each moment in an echo-cham-ber peek into a day in the life of a reticent exhibitionist." -- Riley O'Bryan, Cinematexas
"Stark has produced another droll, rigorous winner." Michael Sicinski, The Academic Hack.