Each of the six projectors carries a duplicate fifteen foot
loop of colour film. Each projector is placed on its side in
order to make use of the portrait format. No attempt is made
The image is of a beach, with the camera pointing straight out
to sea. The horizon is located about halfway up the frame. In
the foreground, waves can be seen breaking on the shore. In the
sky, a few clouds move from left to right. The projectors are
aligned so that the horizon forms a continuous straight line
running horizontally through all six screens. What at first sight
appears to be a panoramic view of the beach turns out, on closer
examination, to be an illusion created by the projection event.
Only by close examination of the image is it possible to deduce
that one is looking at the repetition of a single space taken
at six different instances in time.