Images passing through us leave their traces and structure our thoughts and feelings. These images often have a fleeting nature and seem to disappear from our minds. Perhaps these images don’t disappear, rather they get frozen in the depths of our minds. They are present and yet inaccessible.
"Frozen" is a single channel film that focuses on an image that has been frozen, and thus cannot be accessed. Throughout the film, a voice guides the character to undertake steps to get closer to the image to melt it down. An image that is frozen is present and absent at the same time; it creates a feeling of foreignness. The film engages with the question of how images come to influence and structure us without us having a grasp over them.