Abstract images that follow on from one another without end.
Forms that evolve rapidly, remaining scarcely a few seconds in projection, only to give way to other sequences, with a changing tendency toward the construction or destruction of a form.
Images with no apparent relationship to one another.
Some images change into a dry, sharp, military rhythm. They are cold images, of spaces, architectonic constructions, symmetrical symbols or circular objects. Others reveal a smoother and more natural growth, more measured, as in the time-lapse filming of the growth of a plant. They are inherently warmer and more organic images.
The alternation between sharp and smooth rhythms lasts all through the film and accompanies the typology of the images themselves. There is a constant cadence between the industrial and the imitation of natural rhythms.