This work addresses temporality and abstraction in the perception, cognition, and representation of human faces and human relations.
It was created from the photographs of 77 people with whom I had interacted most extensively between 1993 and 2003. Each photograph was cropped to the central portrait area and resampled to a 9x13 pixels pattern with six grayscale levels. Pixels were converted into circles, distanced, and animated by inter-fading. This animation was converted into sound which was then morphed with the Oasis' song D’You Know What I Mean? (1997), and synchronized with the animation into the final video. The video is intended for large scale projections. Here is my catalogue essay for the Connection Show in Belgrade Cultural Center.