In Georg Jagunov’s Temple II, a stencilled archway acts as the central structure of this haunting work, as an ambiguous architectural structure partially hidden in darkness. This configuration appears entirely removed from reality. As the cave induced soundtrack punctuates the animation, so this incomplete turret dissolves into the darkness, drip by drip. Submerged in darkness, the forms become lines, marks and pulsing lights that rise and fall, hinting at an underlying machinic structure. Jagunov effectively creates a backdrop of weighted silence from which his forms emerge to quietly interrogate the emergence and composition of image and the metaphysical passage of time.