1985, 9 min, b&w, sound

André re-organizes time, rhythm and sound in her portrait of the new music composer/pianist Walter Hus, constructing a study of the process of composing. Playing on the title's double meaning — "composition" and "composite" — André isolates musical gestures and fragments time, recomposing Hus' evolving composition. In this vividly realized document, André establishes a formal analogy between the compositional process of Hus' music and her own methodology of image-making.

Director/Editor: Marie André. Camera: Luc Beriot, Yves Cremer. Sound: Paul Delnoy. Produced by Image Vidéo, Polygone, Centre du Film sur l'Art.