Live lines typical of the most common phrases about near death experiences are spoken and decayed over a cacophonic disruption of plundered library horror sound effects and music samples hand printed as optical sound on film. On screen a hand creeps around some classic TV fuzz captured by a process of digital and analogue refilming. The performance is overdriven by a rotating cyan and yellow colour filter wheel and a sonically and visually pulsing strobe light. A disjunctive experience – the media is embodied, haunted.
2 × 16mm optical sound hand contact printed film loop & reel; voice – phrases of the near undead; Optical Devices – Laboratory strobe, rotating colour filter wheel; Bodily interference
Drawings made by audience member Dot during the live performance of Light At The End Of The Tunnel at Audiograft Festival, UK, 2015.