A sequence of references is said to have spatial locality if things that are referenced close in time are also close in space (nearby sectors on a disk, etc.). A sequence is said to have temporal locality if accesses to the same thing are clustered in time.
A contemplative look at men and women in transit, searching for information and guidance regarding their travel on the info-screens at an airport.
Please watch in full-screen mode, and give this 5 min. sample a little time to present itself.
The piece clandestinely observes individuality in the timing of events in the lives of different people. It is not obvious when an answer to their search is obtained and they can move on.
With an extremely slow, yet a clearly perceptible experience of motion, time is stretched nearly to a breaking point. It becomes uncertain whether a still-image is being projected, or if this is a filmatic sequence.
Some individual still-images.
In an ideal setting a monumental format in the projection of these “non-movements” would strengthen and give depth to the experience. With a free floor in front of the projection, one can walk up to the larger-than-life versions of the “seekers”, observing details in the changes, or stand back and take in the whole piece.
On a smaller screen, reflecting the larger projection, in a crowd enjoying a sunny day at the beach, a smaller group of individuals is focused on.