Peripheral vision / O Yuki Conjugate

United Kingdom, 1988

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Described as “an abstract environmental video for insomniacs” this video features the electronic music of O Yuki Conjugate and imagery accumulated and compiled by Andrew Hulme. The impression is of a moving abstract painting, of colours, shapes and textures which move across the screen in an endlessly moving display, with, now and then, the tantalising suggestion of an object or a person just at the edge of vision.

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IKON (GB)

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01:00:00:00

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United Kingdom
Production dates
1988

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