"Light That Goes, Light That Returns"
An onscreen figure (Eddie Constantine as an Orpheus-like character entering Godard's electronic underworld in Alphaville) is frozen on a single frame. A swinging light-bulb casts shadows that partially reanimates him - capturing him between a fixed document of the past and a sentient subject occupying the present moment of a filmed space.
On the wall behind, the screen's shadow also follows the motion of the light-bulb projected onto its surface. This impossibly animated shadow disrupts the traditionally fixed boundaries between a projected frame and screen. The free-standing screen swings between being a window into the film space and a physical object within a gallery setting.