Sync features three screens of densely edited film footage, each organized around a different theme—fight scenes, sex scenes, and theater audiences—all progressing at the rate of 12 shots per second. Overlaying all three is a violently percussive audio montage. The result is a new visual choreography that rapidly builds to a state of sensory overload, emphasizing how viewers develop a resistance to graphic sex and brutality, both in the movies and in the news media in general.
source: Marco Brambilla
Sync, 2005 Three-channel video 01:43 min., loop
Private Collection, Houston
Collection Metronome Foundation for Contemporary Art, Barcelona
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Christopher Grimes Gallery