A still life is, by definition, without movement. It is interesting to see in the traditional still life paintings the inclusion of wildlife such as butterfly, bees and even cats to introduce the notion of immanent movement, suggesting potential energy which can never be realised. Still Life 14 is part of Enzo Roff’s ongoing exploration of the video still life. In this medium, movement, however subtle and minimal, is achievable, and is given new significance and drama by the stillness of the surroundings. As with all Roff’s work, it is possible to seamlessly repeat this image, creating an unnoticeable infinite and continuous loop.