Artist, multimedia filmmaker and old chum Dave Griffiths came to us for some opening and end titles for an experimental film he was putting together. The opening type and art direction are reflective of the movie cue-dot subject matter.
"An investigator decodes the Universe through fiery entrails of film,
recounting a myth of primal origins, worldly corruption and ultimate
fate. His shuffling archive of movie cue-dots hovers between stillness
and motion, the result of observing and recording barely visible matter
on the screen’s margins. Energy escapes these orbital fetishes,
displaced from their usual microscopic scale to mix with scenery and
bodies. Meanwhile their collector recounts a life of fruitless research.
Seer’s Catalogue marks International Year of Astronomy 2009 by
colliding pseudo-cosmology with materialist flicker. This ‘history’ of
the cue-dot commemorates the mechanical flux of celluloid, and reflects
on our urge to hoard and recombine media relics in intimate acts of
Sound design by Ben Gwilliam, voice by Philip Davenport.
Seer’s Catalogue received "Premio Pablo del Amo for Best Editing", at Madrid Experimental Film Week.