the installation of the feedback still images in the containers (by projection or print) ressembles a narrative of imminent explosion - the metal walls of the container still being strong enough to hold the pressure - for how long?
sound: absolute silence (by insulated the container walls, i.e. freezer units/ or by sound bats in the interior).
'feedbacks' are stills from a 30 minute video, where camera movements produced feedback signals. the destructive interaction of the conflicting signals resulted in repetitive landscapes, with terrains exploding into grids, opening into the abyss of a receiving psyche, moon-like surfaces with undulating horizons, spiraling into the flickering coordinate of the cheap tv screen.
patterns produce resemblances to sightscapes of the metropolis; lights pulsating at the speed of global markets, places we knew all along?
melancholy and violence in suspense, the poetry of the signals we don't understand yet. a place for an immanent future, different, yet informed by the past. the production of this video was part of ; an event held in a sugar refinery in belgrade, serbia.