As a work LoVid’s Slow Quilt (2015) appears to dissolve into a hypnotic state of flux. Produced using a combination of analogue and digital techniques, the work displays a tension between stability and disruption. An ordered image is challenged by an intense pulsing interference. Hard-edged forms and intense colours slip over one another in a state of frenzied flux. The work is a progressive evolution towards more ambiguous symmetrical imagery. Such disruptive intervention draws the attention to the intangible signals and impulses which subtly infiltrate daily life – creating the possibility to visualise and engage with technologies in alternative ways.