Thanks! And I don't think I've ever seen it done before either (I'm more than happy to be introduced to examples if anyone knows of any.)
One day, when I saw him listening to an excerpt of the piece (because I was sitting in on a discussion with him), the simplicity (and poetry?) of that idea really moved me.
What could be as dense with meaning as the image of a person candidly/genuinely react to the thing that they made? He knows each fraction of a second intimatly well, so he can "track" it better than anyone else. And we can see his face as he does this. Each moment is hi-res significance.
There are other things in it too (and I'm currently writing a blog post about it all) but the importance of this one aspect can't be overstated.
Thanks for watching it