2008, 50:50 minutes, colour, English (Ancient Greek with Subtitles)
A philosophical work that uses the limits of video to measure the scale of human perception against the scale of reality. Scalene examines duality issues (such as light/dark, presence/absence, interference/unity, atomic/compounded, limits/infinity, positive/negative, close/far, surface/depth, parts/wholes and so on,) to expose the reality that exists simultaneously but outside our field of vision. This is done in order to see what is true and false. Scalene features Michael Snow, in the place of Aristotle, presenting an argument for the necessity of philosophy in human life.
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