Speed on Sight

Speed on Sight is inspired by the increasingly short-form narratives of today’s connected world, along with the ever-present haze of technological distractions.

This series of micro-films, originally presented as multiple Vines, splices subway footage and transportation imagery with mental interruptions including social media, text correspondence, production notes, books and more. It is as much a commentary on the inundation of images as it is on the amount of time it takes to create them.

This work was created as part of  the Imaginings project at the Centre for Imaginative Ethnography: “a series of short multimedia entries from artists, students, and scholars on a variety of encounters with the sensory world.”