Drift 2017 by Nicholas Sassoon caught my attention.
I agree with the peer that the constant alteration of visual create an narrative. The alterations seems like its intentionally telling a story, but I could not get it entirely because there was so much going on when looking at the piece. There are varieties of ways looking at the piece, like looking closely and far away, guessing the narrative, combining the experience of audio and visual senses.
It is interesting how the Sassoon creates 2D and 3D images with repetition elements, playing with alterations. To me, the pieces seems almost like a short film. I love the combination of elements and narrative. This way of presenting allow me to interpret the experience in variety of ways.