In 'Sonatina', eddie d continues his experiments with the deconstruction of language, and pushes them to extremes. As in his other works, he makes use of the standard TV-image of a 'talking head' that looks straight into the camera. The man's words have been chopped up into loose letters and sounds and with those new, unpronounceable words are build. The resulting choreography of his head alternates between frozen standstill and jerky movement.
By means of precise, rhythmical editing, eddie d has created a musical composition that is inspired by the sound poems of Kurt Schwitters. The talking head is of a Dutch politician who, in the Netherlands, is best known for his clear articulation while talking a lot about nothing.