Anchored to the heart of the King’s Cross redevelopment in London, the film takes the viewpoint of an arbitrary surveillance camera to trace the many flows of a privately-managed but public-facing square. In an attempt to test structuralist film tropes with digital means, two overarching constraints are set: a single shot in which duration was determined by hard drive capacity and a continuous zoom from full resolution to one blue screen.

Above is an excerpt from the film, below a series of stills, in chronological order.