"This video is about political prisoners, madness and people who were put in jail because of their ideologies (religion or beliefs that their government does not support). To create a visual metaphor I was trying to make an old fashioned window with steel bars, as a representation of the prison cell. For sound, (I wanted) something powerful as a contrast, using repetitiveness, roughness and scratchiness. My idea for the soundtrack came from thinking about political prisoners alone in the cell, exposed to a series torture events, from psychological to physical. Also reading Steve Goodman's book Sonic Warfare - Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear (2009), and watching Al Jazeera every week"
A response to Marcel Duchamp's works that arose from his interest in optics and chance.
With eight interacting colour fields this work draws and redraws boundaries in motion.
Developed by the artist as a strategy for dealing with his tinnitus—a masking agent.
Vibrating colour in a 1960s psychedelic style, fused it with seven pure colours of chakra.