Every time you watch Submemory check (follow the link above), the sequence of scenes is shuffled. As the viewer, you can switch scenes, randomly, at will at any time. Sub-memory check situates itself between sub-urbanity and sub-terranity, leading us from the gray dust of decomposition towards air and ozone. But you may enjoy it just for its quirky discontinuous beauty and weirdness. About the underlying tech architecture: a basic shuffle turns out to be a sophisticated random-edit-machine that toggles through a timeline composed by dozens of mini-clips creating a for-ever-new patchworked video composition. When you have time, put some headphones on, and settle in for a full-screen experience.