Downside Up by Tony Hill


A film which, by the use of a simple camera movement, explores and reviews some relationships to the ground. The viewpoint continuously orbits places, objects, people and events. The observations gradually speed up to reveal a double sided ground flipping like a tossed coin, then slow again to oscillate about the earths edge.

A huge personal favourite – I can’t remember the amount of times I’ve rewatched it. Something oddly comforting about it all ! (just don’t get dizzy)

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