A modulated beam of electrons cuts a path across a vacuum and scans a series of phosphor dots that illuminate and become a picture courtesy of our brain's inability to keep up: persistence of vision. Video is a line of information, presented at high speed in flashing colors, but made meaningful only as it inteweaves with itself. Stasis is as dangerous here as it is with sound - stop the modulation, even for a second, and it randomizes. Video burns slowly into our retinas and leaves us with an afterglow for our dreams. We embrace its cameras and seemingly real-time experience with enthusiasm and disinterest.

This file created with Hypertype 2.2 by Simon St.Laurent