2006, 3.20 mins, colour, stereo, DV
“Nothing beside remains”. An accelerated shuffle through cinematic ends. The film’s title refers to Shelley’s compressed sonnet on the shattered colossus of tyrant Ramesses II. Ozymandias deploys a database of movie cue-dots collected from free digital-TV broadcasts. This archive time signals provides an archaeological resource to remember cinema’s outgoing physicality, and a method of enquiry into narrative and perceptual processes.