Symptomatic Syntax

1981, 27:20 min, color, sound

Symptomatic Syntax is a recreation of an ecological environment in which natural forms — leaves, flower petals, butterfly wings — form an ever-changing, visually compelling series of compositions. Juxtaposed with these organic forms is a series of texts that examine time, logic, and the dichotomy between the mental and the physical. This complex fusion of the sensual and the cerebral questions the understanding of time and natural progression.