Breaking and Entering the Lost Timeframe

2003, 5:32 min, color, sound

Produced at the Experimental Television Center in Oswego, New York, Breaking and Entering the Lost Timeframe works with discrete sound and video signals to visualize the discontinuity of time. Using analogue electrical noise as a signal for both, LoVid unlocks an "entrance" into the digital space, manifested in vibrations of color and the hypnotizing alternation between movement and stasis.

In an interview with Dusted Magazine, LoVid said of the project, "We hope to bring the body into this electrical landscape by challenging perception with this disconnect produced by temporally bound and unbound signal. Our sensory systems and perception have developed to deal with nature. Although there are clearly limitations to our perception (e.g. fusion frequency), video has developed to exploit these limitations."