The Act of Seeing

Video, Technological, Political / Social, Ideas, Freedom, Computer graphics, 5:25
The Act of Seeing deals with the wild imaginings of political leaders as we enter the post-information age. Inspired by Brion Gysin’s dream machine, cut-up technique and notions of inward travel, the film uses still frames of the primary colours of digital communication and a rearrangement of the audio version of Tony Blair’s autobiography to create a new narrative that explores the relationships between visual perception, unconscious desire, power, addiction, certainty, and madness.

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