In these videos, there is a fusion of two different images. I zoom in on details of objects where the movement becomes visible. One movement seems to stimulate the other movement, but at the same time, they are in contrast with each other. That creates a new image: a kind of moiré effect.
The images seem to move both manually and mechanically. The process is repeated symmetrically: as a ritual. The open and close movement gives a budding feeling and can remind you of the start of the day. When you turn on your inner “motor”.
Movements and gestures are a way for me to look at product and industrial design. These newly created images (videos) have been an inspiration to look at well-known choreographers -deepened in my research-.
In a way, movements and associated (human) gestures also show a choreography.