1983 | 16mm | 8 min
Our breathing is one of the kinds of motion nearest to us. If we hold our breath, even if only for a short moment, the horizon begins to waver. We lose the only Dearings we had, and nothing remains but motion. The image turns into a picture; the cause of our seasickness disappears.
Excerpt from "interview with S.S."
| The Independent Eye Vol. 11 No. 2/3