film loop, 3 minutes 11 seconds

Widescreen is a technological separation of the elements that we popularly define as cinema: time, light, and spectacle. Exhibited ideally as two rear-projected screens installed in direct conversation with one another, the audio/video are looped to create a sort of moving image corridor. Using these exhibition techniques allows for the film to interact with its environment as well as the viewer. Patrons would be allowed to pass between the two screens/walls adding to the piece a multitude of personal narratives and desires; elements that are ultimately translated into the cinema of a given society. Those stories exist here literally and in the ever fluctuating space between light and time.