Andy Graydon is a multidisciplinary sound, film, and installation artist. As part of Oslo Lux 2013, Graydon will install a variation of his work Band Pass, in which a single white line of video light moves slowly over a pile of stones and debris. It is unclear to the viewer whether the pile is made from the raw materials for future building, or if it is the remains of a demolition or a structure’s decay. Whether pre- or post-construction, the pile represents a position near the bottom of the arc of becoming: an entropic assembly of material either to be composed or decomposing. Across this, the white line of light cuts a kind of index mark, a way of traversing the material’s topography in time. The line of light operates dually, at once “playing” the rough material texture and form that it glides across, while simultaneously being deformed by that very material texture and form.