In a small village in the Finnish countryside there’s a TV-tower that resonates in the wind, in three different frequencies. This land mark plays a central role in Three Wavelengths (orig. Kolme aallonpituutta), an experimental documentary, exploring the ideas of scale, distance and perception through a dialogue between two different perspectives in two different times, connected through the physical space and the family relation of the main characters.
Three Wavelengths is made as part of Mikko Keskiivari’s artistic research: Poetry of Scaling - An Attitude To Artistic Practice. Trough audiovisual experiments he explores scale based ideas as artistic tools but also as existential subjects.
What makes us change our perspective to see the peculiar in something familiar; and what happens to us when we realize our size in relation to society or nature?