Ten Thousand Things

1992, 11:51 min, color, sound

Gorewitz blends mediated and natural environments to create a melancholy and haunting statement about war, trust and love. Gorewitz writes: "The bomb is everywhere in this tape. The images are shattered, fragmented, imploded; the sounds are deteriorations, frequency modulations, unnatural. Time is distorted. There are glitches, abstraction, disrupted texts."

Additional Visuals/Music: Hiroshima Mon Amour, directed by Alain Resnais. Composer: Ralph Samuelson. Additional Music: William Brunson, John Chowning. Processing: Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY. Post-Production: International Telecommunications Center, Ramapo College with support from the Ramapo Foundation. Titles: Standby, inc., Editel, NY. Online Editor: Marshall Reese. Assistant Offline Editor: Jeanne Chazotte.

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