When interviewing Neil Armstrong in 1970 about his recent voyage to the moon, Patrick Moore stumbled:
“When you were actually walking about, did you have any difficulty in distance judging? Because I think I heard you say once that near… far things looked quite near.”
This momentary parapraxis became the catalyst for considering a collection of works that traverse perceptions of presentation. The macro-microscopic film, the modified narration spoken by the digitally animated mask, and the physical object itself occupy one space, where diverse production techniques are approached topographically. Moving images, appropriated voice and a handmade object combine to construct an arena where knowledge and imagination acquired through patience rules over immediacy.