A man with two dogs crosses a landscape. A person walks along a ridge and stops to look at the skyline. Other people run while nature shrinks back to its enigmaticness. In this video landscape doesn’t evolve according to simple time curves, but according to the particular mode of crossing of a weather element: fog.
A place to come is a video about the mutual references between the plain description of a place and its concrete demonstration. The narrative structure of the work starts from the perceptive features that are developed by the presence of fog. In this video, the reality that is still not expressed is anticipated by sounds. Just as it happens in case of fog. Moreover, a “voice over” describes the reality to come. In each sequence, the setting of the next scene is anticipated by voice over and sounds.
Note: This title is intended by the artist to be viewed in High Definition. While DVD format is available to enable accessibility, VDB recommends presentation on Blu-ray or HD digital file.