video: Laura Brand

In GarGaG
the act of gargling is presented in 3 different gradations of Echo. The firs echo (above) is almost a copy. A clear, still bright reflection .
Then the reflection starts to simmer.
Water bubbles up. The echo becomes diffuse, the image more and more abstract.
While the sound lasts, it solidifies. An everlasting echo that decays at the speed of a crumbling rock.

For This Too Shall Pass, an expo part of the PILAR ASAP Festival around the topic of Echo