Overlap’s Lazywave is part of a series of works that plays with textures of visual and sonic abstraction and fragmentation. The work is a flow of audiovisual interactions which could be defined as a landscape of shooting stars and shifting shapes. Threads of brilliant light appear to penetrate a glassy or liquid surface in the manner of the Aurora Borealis. The atmospheric landscape suggests alternately, a crisp sky that has been enveloped by an ice-covered landmass, the underwater atmosphere of the ocean punctuated by the appearance of microscopic sea life, or inanimate fragments of ice in a landscape as far and remote as they come. Sound and image merge in myriad evocative ways, illuminating the resonance of the image and the interplay between sequential and sensorial.