Film – Circulating Air

A Film by Matthew Vincent-Townend and Neil Ferguson, 2015


“In Order to perceive fullness one must retain an acute sense of emptiness which marks it off; conversely, in order to perceive emptiness, one must apprehend other zones of the world as full.” Extract from Susan Sontag’s, “The Aesthetics of Silence”.

“Circulating Air” is a collaborative film project by Neil Ferguson and Matthew Vincent-Townend.

From the first conversation the film set out to highlight reaction to unspecified places as jump off points to something, offering a culture of play in “Ballardian” environments where past planning has lost relevance. Places that induce reactions to the architectures of existence.

We breathe and circulate and the rest is…?