"Can Can" was made for projection in the cinema, the twin-screen version projects a dichotomous relationship that almost mirrors itself. Two prints of the film are projected simultaneously on the screen side-by-side: one print is reversed, the projectors unsynchronized, allowing the image/s and sound track/s to drift. Each time it is projected it is different. At the time I was interested in exploring the encounter of film: removing the projected film from the projection box and projecting it from the auditorium: extending a dialogue between the moving image, audience and surface of the screen
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