tx-transform is a filmic representation
where the time axis [t] and the spatial axis [x] are inverted and
exchanged. Normally, a single film image shows the entire shooting
space for a short moment. With »tx-transformed« sequences,
the process is vice-versa: Each phase of the film shows the whole
shooting time, but in only a small portion of the frame space. The
image´s left margin shows what has happened at the start of the
shooting and the right margin shows what has happened at the end.
With this transversal view of the shooting direction, the actual
filmed movement gains a completely new significance and meaning:
In between the right and left margin, lies a strange world where
the physics of the real world seem to be suspended and invalidated.