This video documents the installation and deinstallation of a 500-foot roll of silver gelatin photo paper in my studio. Over the course of filming, the paper's surface changed from a yellow tone to a blush color. Initially, I made this video to speak conceptually about historicity and how photography has been used to record time, especially in today's age of mass communication via the Internet and global technology. However, during filming, the piece became more about gesture and stamina, as the simple rolling and unrolling action became almost an exercise in symmetrics. I enjoy the grabbing gesture of the hand on the left (and the "near-clicking of a mouse" gesture of the hand on the right), which could be seen as a commentary on how photography, especially digital photography and the Internet age, has enabled the masses to exercise a digital imperialism, where value systems are in a constant revolution.