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This film is a creative response to the author Philip K. Dick and his spiritual experience - a vision of God – one that he describes as 2-3-74, referring to its long-lasting effect as it occurred during the months of February and March in 1974.

His divine insights displayed various visions including an information-rich beam of pink light, scenes of ancient Rome superimposed over his neighbourhood, visual matter such as photographs, a remembrance of Jesus’s presence accompanied with a joyful feeling, and a hallucinatory slideshow of geometric patterns. 

My interpretation of 2-3-74 is an experimental piece, combining a sequence of double exposed 35mm colour photographs. These scenes capture urban landscapes and geometric patterns that mimic Philip's superimposed visions. Frames of light leaked celluloid film are layered over each image, and act as the presence of the mysterious pink light. 



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