EUTERPE • 7m 46s
VOID VISION is an abstract science-fiction short in which the real and the simulated are equally constructions; a space where doubles, twins, duplicates, re-creations and copies blend into one another.
VOID VISION combines a science-fiction sensibility with the aesthetic of early CG animation experiments. Rotating arrangements of lasers and duplicated women fade in and out on screen, appearing as both photographed scenes and CG-modeled recreations. The audio track, incorporating text from Philip K. Dick's VALIS, features an improvised electronic score and a voice espousing theories about the mind and the universe.
VOID VISION presents a consideration and re-consideration of a reality; a cold fever-dream of paranoia and reification.
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