Gary Hill - Elements (1978)

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Elements "In Elements the staccato sound acts on the image and its relief,
created by a synthesizer. The sequences show the transformations of an
image similar to rope arranged in parallel lines gripped by Bits.
Weaving, walls, bark with relief effects are evoked by close ups of
black and white lines. Gary Hill introduces voice-off into a tape
for the first time. The words of the text are related to the four
elements (air, water, earth and fire), but they are only occasionally
intelligible because a technical process jostles and deforms the
syllables. "

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