The video is dealing with systems of safeness represented by architecture and the body as reliable structures that are being intervented by moments of "touch from" outside. Those interferences produce a fragile stability, a constant repetition of fading, melting, collapsing and recomposing.
Can I Have 2 Minutes Of Your Time?
The goal of this video was to explore the idea of time at the crossing of analogue and digital techniques: startingn from 2 minutes (digital), reducing the video to 6 single images (paper) and then expanding it once again to 2 minutes (animation), restoring the loss of quality introduced by the digital/mechanical manipulation through the use of diverse analogue/manual recreations of each discrete frame. In the end, the symbolic representation of time is no longer readable but time and the mechanisms for representing and capturing it are felt all along the piece.
film is / scratching at.../breaking out of...rubbing on.../ reality/the media/...behind, the desire/ the wall/ the reality / the media the hand / scratches / at the screen breaks through / borders / breaks out from media / into desire / back to reality