FAULTS are film recorded exchanges of material impacts and fissures. Fractures, dispersion, saturation, and fusion are revealed through intimate, tactile encounters and gestures. The small events are filmed up close so the materials become landscape, traversing a geography of touch, building, and destruction, and proposing that faults are foundations to build from and on.

FAULTS were filmed in 2011 on Super 8 Kodak silent color negative film, with a Canon Auto Zoom 518 SV, produced between 1970-1975, and a Nikon R10 Super Zoom produced between 1973-1979.