Drone

Hopkins and Duffield’s Drone uses documentary source footage about unmanned aerial vehicles alongside footage of insects capable of swarm intelligence to outline the looming parallels between the quiet, yet efficient and often uncomfortable presence of each. Using these two primary video sources, Drone is created through a subtle additive layering of video-music styled editing where the sound matches the visuals cut for cut, what you see is what you hear.

Presented at Videodrome 2013 at the MOCCA, Toronto, Canada.

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