To create this video, I composited several distinct framings of each location into a single screen of information. Each facet depicts a separate moment in time. The sounds of each facet layer together to create a folded-time cacophany.
I'm not really sure why I like creating composited images so much. There's something about it that's interesting and fun. Maybe the allure is that I'm able to play with time and space simultaneously. Each of these composited scenes is made up of 7-second video elements shot one after the other, but compiled in a unified space on the screen. So in a four-element composite, you're actually seeing 28 seconds of time simultaneously.
This is a follow-up to Break Time, a post I made in September.
Some places featured in "Broken Time":