This film is the colorful sibling to Structures (2013), both films works with a superficial approach to the film material. The footage is reviewed solely on its appearance, all contexts are irrelevant. The material is sorted in a rainbow circle, covering every color in a looping sequence.
The clips are a couple of seconds long, just enough time to get an overview of the composition, but not enough time to grasp the full meaning of the footage. These films meditate on the feeling I get when I’m zapping through tv-channels in a foreign hotel room. I don’t understand the language, but I can see the imagery and I can hear the music.
One of the clips is from Hitchcock’s Rear Window (1954), a film that explores what kind of imaginary sceneries a lack of information can conceive. Another clip is from Wim Wender’s Tokyo-Ga (1985), a film that throughly aestheticize the incomprehensible.