"In the half-light of the Imaginary" is a curious line from Mulvey's "Visual Pleasure" that has haunted me for many years. The dim twilight of the Imaginary, at once visible and invisible. What do such states sound like, though? "In the Half-Light of the Imaginary" takes place in such dream space, and sounds the way I imagine such worlds must.
//Shot on Super 8//hand processed//finished and manipulated on computer//audio provided by projectors: layered, multiplied, haunting each other//