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This was part of a large scale video installation produced when I was artist in residence at a gallery in Scotland, Edinburgh alongside several other artists. It was made when I was very involved in Sanskrit culture and Buddhist practice. But it was also made to provide a kind of meditative experience for people who found it difficult to meditate. There's no time to go into what "Samboghakaya" means here, aside from the body somewhere of form and formlessness. But it became quite a successful video piece and I am quite pleased with it. It was shot at Samye Ling Monastery in Scotland and was digitally inverted - there is a subtle loop in the work. It will run for an hour - quite nice when you full screen it - but see if you can spot the break!