The Dante Quartet
This visual work took six years to produce. The four parts comprise one man's internalization of "The Divine Comedy." The film was created by painting images directly onto the film, drawing inspiration from hypnotic or closed-eyed vision. The Dante Quartet was originally painted on 70mm and 35mm film; however, it has since been rephotographed onto 35mm and 16mm formats, on which it is now most commonly screened.