16mm film, color, sound, 4 minutes, 2001

“Mixing old tech with new, these lyrical abstractions explore red-gold color fields created with photograms (direct exposure of film without cameras), then animated through 16mm rephotography and digital manipulation. Soothing and melancholy, Wills works in the aleatory-painterly tradition of Brakhage, but with sound: the tracks consist of classical music, spoken word, and altered bits of everyday noises. Floral images link her work to Victorian embroidery and other womanly parlor arts.” Ed Halter for the Village Voice, October 2002.

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