Embodied avatars mingle in free-space.

“McElwee gradually increases the complexity of the compositions, adding much faster cuts and more superimposed layers, as our eyes and brains get used to taking in the richness of visual layers. This increased complexity also has the effect of increased abstraction, and the screen begins to resemble an animation of turning, shimmering, melting stained glass. The soundtrack of strange peeps and cries sounds something like birds and insects one would hear on a pleasant evening on some remote planet.”