2′16″ | 2014
The animation called Cartoon, based on the rhythmic and motion composition of abstract non-narrative images reminds one of modernistic film experiments of the 1920s (e.g. absolute film). Similarly it works with rhythmic replays of the same shot and uses animation to set the static image motifs into motion. What is fascinating about them is the way they move and change. Logically, the author speaks of diegesis as a landscape into which our dreams are projected.