An image is set in motion.
A moment later, the same image is set in motion.
And again, a moment later.
Until what is set in motion is not the image, but its different moments — its time.
Borrowing from the fugue — a compositional technique in classical music where a phrase is introduced by one part and is successively taken up by others and developed by interweaving the parts — these videos repeat the same image with a temporal delay, activating its pasts, presents, and futures. The term fugue can be traced back to the latin verbs fugere (“to flee”) and fugare (“to chase”). In the temporal weave of the fugal videos, the image is never at rest. It is always either fleeing from or chasing after itself, opening itself up to chance encounters and potential resonances.