Eat Sand is mounted as a succession of curated fragments, fragments that bear a somewhat bitter or distressful relationship with reality; but –for over that– a tainted pulse. An acknowledgement of the medium as matter, as an unreliable capture and a contextless product of time and space. Eat Sand is a 16mm experimental film. A restless attempt to find this pulse, to disclose a strayed awry narrative. The film aims to master partial control of the outcome imagery while forcing the camera to malfunction.