Fluid Phase is an experimental film exploring incidental qualities of imagery used in the dissemination of science.
Footage taken from educational films on fluid dynamics is chopped, looped, processed, and spliced together. Their function as vehicles for a mathematical theory is nullified, foregrounding the aesthetic and structural qualities.
Layered with pulsing sounds created from Tibetan singing bowls, the film is meditation on the human relationship to fluids and cycles. It points to an active dynamism belonging as much to the representations as to the phenomena themselves.