This video was created by blending rapid-fire photographs taken from a submarine to explore the relation between time, energy, and motion. The photographs were interesting in a static format as an examination of the clustering habits of underwater organisms in the wreckage of a very much overwater creation, but playing them against each other is where we introduce the relative movement of organic versus constructed; life becomes obviated in this ruinous setting by moving the photographs into the atemporal arena of a non-linear editor. Voyage in a submarine forces movement to be surrendered to external forces normally not paralleled in our traversal of land, and a stereoscopic capture is similarly forced to incorporate the diachronic change in sea life distribution.

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