Se(e)a in Touching

2020, London, Video, Image generated Sound, 5 min

The ways of seeing the image are touching through the vision. Based on this idea, this work is trying to create a textural roughness through the sea montage of the video. It explores perspectival and moving images into the flatness and stillness of the video by building the variously framed images within a widescreen. Further, the sound in this video is created by the artist’s program purely through the image data. Therefore, vision can be expanded to the auditory field. The artist challenges audiences to not only see the image but also touch and hear the image.