REVIEWS

LIGHT SOUND DIMENSION OPENS ITS OWN THEATER

by Thomas Albright 
San Francisco Chronicle 


“Visual collisions have been largely replaced by soft dissolves. One can see underwater gardens, worlds at war and sperm cells in search of an egg, but the overall effect is more abstract, and the paradox of greater control is that the images seem to generate and evolve more freely, with a kind of self-animation.”

“…in the course of 45 minutes or so, Ham and his assistants, Robert Fine and Richard Fletcher, manage to fill the screen with more visually splendid tableaux than one is likely to see spending a day touring a dozen art galleries.”