Some Things Change, 2005

Some Things Change, 2005

Length: 12 minutes 40 sec Loop

Single channel video

The video uses continuity error as a structuring device. What initially seems as continuity error or a cinematic mistake in the production of the video begins to play upon the psychology of protagonist within the video and the viewer. The continuity errors crescendo, beginning with subtly and then becoming overt. The shifts eventually send the protagonist into an alternate world, perhaps an illusion of her own mind, speaking to the continued changes in our own daily lives.  The video is made of four separate loops that contain a second level of continuity error, playing with the accustomed structure of the looping video.