Losing It

The Short of It

Year: 2015

A short piece on the ecentricites of focus. There are several compositions that change as focus slowly fades and entropy becomes dominant.

The Longer Explanation

Losing It is an experimental film utilizing music and visual cues in order to present a performative transition of focus. Several compositions are shown throughout the film that are representative of a static, constant, cold image. Once the color scheme changes, things start to heat up and entropy within the piece begins to override the static ambience previously stated. As entropy becomes dominant, water begins to flow faster, words start to form ideas, a broader perspective begins to open on a once simple and consistent world. This film takes the second law of thermodynamics and and expresses it as a cinematographic performance.