Returning to this one, Guy showed us a collection of art shorts that detailed various pieces where film and light where used to create certain imagery and effects, including some of his own work from various exhibitions. Some of the really interesting ones included:
- Point Source by Tony Hill, where a wire frame was moved around a light source, change the size and depth of the shadow cast.
- Take Measure by William Raban, where he measured a reel of film, cut it when it reached the screen, and then played the rest through the project, the footage onscreen counting the feet from screen to projector as it played.
- Horror Film by Malcolm leGrice, where, using three different projectors with different coloured filters, he was able to change the tint, size and number of shadows on the screen cast from his own body, sometimes causing them to cross or split.
- Reel Time by Annabel Nicolson, where film strips go through a sowing machines, get punched and then project on the screen in a continous loop.
- Paper Landscape by Guy, where he paints on a sheet of polythene, as he does so, the film projected is revealed.
- Man with Mirror, also by Guy, where, as the title implies, he uses a large mirror to reflect and refract the projected film, which also has him holding a mirror, creating a strange optical illusion where sometimes, you forget which Guy is real.
- Ten Drawings by Steve Farrrer, where through drawings lines on top of the film stock and then projecting it, he was able to make what Guy referred to as 'visual sound', creating a sound almost akin to white noise, with little beeps and boops here and there, depending on the size.
- Light Music by Lis Rhodes, where through alterations in the images, specifically size of the shapes, she was also able to create the aforementioned sounds.