Sedition Art Gallery

Falling Forward

Scanner’s film Falling Forward explores ideas of time and space. The only actor in it is a woman who passes the screen briefly.

The accompanying soundtrack maintains a hovering tension, creating an inviting, sensual yet melancholy présence

The video was shot at 1000 frames per second and in extreme slow motion: broken glass, ice, photographs, and dust fall vertically across the screen, the backdrop being what looks like an out-of focus building facade. The only actor in it is a woman who passes the screen briefly.

 

View and purchase Falling Forward digital edition on Sedition. 

SCANNER

British artist Scanner, born Robin Rimbaud (b.1964), derived his alias from his early practice when Rimbaud used cell phones and police scanners in live performances. His work connects points between diverse genres: sound, space, image and form all come together in multi-layered audio pieces that make use of technology with unconventional methods.

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