1989, 3 min, color, sound

In Jembe, Jones transposes African visual motifs and image construction to the electronic medium. Vibrant images, rendered as abstracted electronic color and form, are fused with the dynamic music of Coulibaly Aboubacar. This vivid, impressionistic piece explores the development of codes based on what Jones terms "emotional progressions and an African sensorium," without dependence on specific language comprehension.

Music: Coulibaly Aboubacar.