Daydream Mechanics V Sketch 3


«Trying to explore and make visible the "poetic" space that can exist between images and music is at the heart of this piece (as is the case with most of my work): when the music and the images are too close, the discourse flattens and the experience becomes dull, or can even become invasive (as is the case with so many commercial pieces). When music and images are too far apart, their dialogue snaps and renders the exercise pointless.
The film explores (and hopefully makes visible) that dialogue, it ebbs and flows with that evolving elusive relationship.» Jean Detheux