A montage using black as a pigment, changing color keys, and a buzzing
pixels texture; inserts family snapshots and world class architectural sites
into environments from Arizona, New Jersey beaches, New York, and Ireland’s Rock of Cashel site, that served as the traditional seat of Munster’s kings and has one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art and medieval architecture to be found anywhere in Europe. It is said to have originated from the Devil’s Bit, a mountain 30 km north of the site: when St. Patrick banished Satan from a cave, it resulted in the Rock’s landing in the local of Cashel.
The tourist guide’s lecture coupled with music based upon a
fanfare salute to Japanese aristocracy links a Nation’s castle to a child’s
built of sand. REVERIE combines horizontal pans and forward moving
“tracking” shots through Howth and New York to move into unknown future