Circular Breathing, 1994
Video (black and white, sound), projectors, speakers, video switcher, computer, software, laserdisc player, laserdisc
128 x 480 in / 330 x 220 cm, each
Edition of 2
The title of Circular Breathing comes from a technique that horn and reed instrument players use to play a continuous note, seemingly without taking a breath. This notion is drawn upon with the visualization of long sequences composed of five discreet scenes that migrate onto the projection field with mathematical precision.