PLAZA CONTINUUM 4:28 mins. Thirty years ago making experimental films, I used a technique which breaks footage into blocks of one second, divides each block into four, re-orders the segments and then re-assembles the footage. As with slowed down frames, the viewer sees how the impression of a moving image is created. But the sense of both movement and stillness, time and no-time, is even stronger. In this video I have reproduced this digitally. The original footage was shot in Cabot Plaza, Canary Wharf, and is a study in colour, texture and pattern, driven by the hurdy-gurdy music of Rémy Couvez.