Omonia video follows the musical work Omonia from its beginning to its end.
The work, made by the siblings Line and Thomas Gøttsche Dyrholm, is a documentation of a summer sunset in the area of Dollerup Bakker in Jutland, Denmark.
The eye of the camera is gazing at this same scenery for all Omonia’s 28 minutes.
Via this slow lingering approach, the video allures its viewers’ own inner landscapes to flourish.
During the video, the landscape as well as the viewer is undergoing a change.
After the 28 minutes, (s)he and the scenery in Dollerup bakker is the same, yet not the same.
This transition concept is also the pivot of the music of Omonia which, being familiar to the idiom and structures of classical music, investigates the concepts of variation and transition.