Still from Record Volume
Silent 16mm film, projectors, glass tables, loopers
Record Volume is a dual 16mm film installation of a waterfall. The camera's point-of-view scales the cataract on a vertical plane, nodding yes and no. The falls take a great and rapid plunge, but on film the scale creates an illusory slowness. The two projectors make collective, mechanized sounds that are akin to—and substitute for—the water falling.