the blurb reads as follows:
Without You is a visual exploration of London’s industrial suburbia. Following colours and surfaces into abstraction, the film reveals the complexity of apparently simple forms.
Inspired by a poem by Josef Albers, Without You is a visual exploration of London’s industrial suburbia. Focusing on an imaginary circle drawn at a 10 mile radius from Charing Cross, where the natural and manmade environments lie side by side in harmonic indifference, the film follows a colour-coded and surface-determined path, where identifiable or ‘simple’ forms are sculpted and submerged into one another, resolved only through the abstraction of their immense revealed complexity.
the film to which that blurb refers looks like this and i think it’s really fresh, witty even, if you ask me… thanks to my good mate ‘ian barlow’ in the UK for the tip
oh yeah i forgot: watch it full screen for best results…