"Here a grabbed image from a 1930s Busby Berkeley movie of dancers legs is continuously looped as an endless tunnel, the image is slowed and the legs twitch and pulse. Berkeley used women’s bodies to create synchronized kaleidoscopes with machine like precision. The lack of sound references the silent film aesthetic and amplifies the visuality of the film."
Found footage from a film by Busby Berkeley
The artist continuously eats from a bowl of quartered lemons in fast motion.
The water spilling over the Huia dam reservoir in West Auckland.
A low-res, avant-garde animated painting.
Shot from the kitchen window, a TV screen is reflected in the glass and its image appears outside on the lawn.