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A hypnotizing extreme close-up of the boundary between sand and water through the tines of a rake. The raked sand forms constantly changing organic shapes endlessly rising from the ground and crumbling while different bodies (shells, small jelly fish, stones…) get caught and released in the path of the rake's progresses.

 

2015
Canada
35:00
Original language
No dialogue

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Color
Color
Shooting format
HD

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Created during a residency at iii/Studio Loos, Den Haag, Holland, 2015.

Keywords
Duration, movement, nature