Melt is a visual/audio piece showing random and manipulated distortion.   Using colour in the traditional form of CMYK writers inks and also RGB digital video. With melting ice and ink at the core. Muslin cloth, rubber, paper and digitally manipulated film are made recipients of this colour. Although being the method of conveyance and sometimes redaction. Through evaporation, the dried result is the only end point of reference. A final documentation of the event. The moving image is initially a categorical record of this process, with digital interference showing random states of imperfection, redactions and ambiguity. Alongside this runs an unsynchronized audio of cascading water, which intensifies. Precipitating into silence. With the voice of Scientist Ben Santer at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change1995. The piece shows truth of conveyance, distortion and fragility playing a part in the absorption and documention of information.
  Melt    :  Fabric ; Paper ; Moving image. Audio. Visual :  Ice melt with writers ink and rubber on muslin cloth and khadi paper.              Moving image.   Audio  :  Cascading cave water. Silence. The voice of Scientist Ben Santer 1995.
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