Tilt-Shift Trance

I sometimes find the use of tilt-shift imagery, which plays with depth of field to make landscape seem toylike, slightly shifty (so to speak). But F. Forberg‘s optical dioramas of open-pit mining and other earth-cleaving operations, set to the droning tones of power line and magnetic field frequencies, are unsettling in the right kind of way. (Guard your ears and your mobile speakers—the sounds in this video are ultra-low.)

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