Footage shot with a Canon XL1s between the Front Range of Colorado and Taos, New Mexico, tracing the landscapes of Easy Rider (1969), with the ever-presence of the Rio Grande and a conclusion at the hot springs in the film. I was working with the dialectic between home and the road, and how the road calls one like the flowing river. I was also working with the idea of a mediated and framed screen the references the history of film: the window in an abandoned mobile home with the shirt as evidence of its former life; the window of a collapsed mining shack, with the vestiges of a bed flung outside on the land; the window of the car as it screens passing landscapes and other vehicles; and the window in an old building that used to house the warm waters of a hot spring on the banks of the Rio Grande. Ventana means Window in Spanish, a reference to the rich Hispanic history and culture in this region. Effects include Keyer, Hue/Saturation, Glow, and Projector.