Hyperactive bands of color slice into an image of a seascape, destroying a sense of tranquility present in the source photograph taken on the Sea of Japan coastline. Here we are engaged in a game that is defined by its embrace of the seemingly opposite ways of structuring visual elements on the screen – flicker vs. still image - reduced palette vs. loud color – abstraction vs. landscape photography. As they mix together, the afterimages create nods to color field painting right before they disappear into idyllic surface of the waves. A single geometric line pulses at regular intervals in the middle of the screen. Each time it comes into view, it intersects the leisurely flow of the horizon line.