Rather than working with a narrative, Helen Dowling's videos, photographs and objects juxtapose basic elements such as rhythm, colour and sound. Dowling draws the viewer through a sequence of physical sensations which relate to and build upon one another. This video remixes footage filmed by the artist on a research trip to an island off Africa, rediscovered footage of unknown tourists exploring their surroundings through the lens of a camera and underwater clips filmed by the artist’s niece on the popular GoPro. The sound comes from recordings of live performances and environmental sounds. Images are pulled away from their initial appearance using several colouring and editing techniques. Elements of the video are reminiscent of old cinema – from bubble clouds, particles and plankton in the water which are reminiscent of film grain, to abstracted lights that resemble early animation.