Utilizing the concept of space-time popularized by Einstein’s special relativity, Continuous Becoming attempts to translate 4 dimensional space through the 2 dimensional plane. The film revolves around the axis of a 360 degree camera rotation. With each rotation, partitions are gradually added dividing the frame, each of which, are off-set by a frame ahead in time. The image, once fixed by a single locality and temporality, slowly becomes a malleable surface susceptible to the pressures of expanding space-time.
Near the end of the film, the entire duration of the pan is displayed on screen. But at this point, could the entirety of the film be shown at once? Space and time are no longer passive conduits of the image, but rather fissures in our understanding of cinematic geography.