Cut, Cut - Difference
Cut, Cut - Difference
Cut, Cut - Difference
Cut, Cut - Difference

Cut, Cut - Difference

1995 – 2:10 min

Here, the cut is not only used as an editing mode, but in a literal/visual sense, as a method of cutting off (here: a piece of paper). Knives cut pieces of paper. These video "cuts" are edited together into sequences. Addition through subtraction. Shifting crossovers of themselves, the increasing overlapping of picture and sound layers that create a rhythmic visual and audio piece that intensifies to the point of being unbearable. A collage of image and sound, which was created using the "difference" effect on "Harry" digital post-production equipment.