"Time and the Hunter is a repetitious single-take anamorphic colour 16mm film shot with sound. A homage to humanities inescapable ceremonialism. A homage (among many) to the sunset. A homage to horizons, to time, and to role that repetition plays in the evolution of everything. A homage to Italo Calvino, Ursula Le Guin, and the 3x Scandinavian metal-heads from the 2008 Youtube viral video silently head-banging while making a campfire next to a lake."
A figure investigates a crumbled monument, takes off their clothes, and hangs them on a short washing line.
"Testing the potentials of anthropomorphic vibrant materialism" - Artist Statement
Unspooled in pitch black conditions and then buried, this film was left for one year.
A trailer for Sam Hamilton's ten-part 16mm film, structured around the ten most significant celestial bodies of the Milky way.