“Lynn Loo’s live film performance work is a shifting, subtly flickering meld of colour and form – translucent shifting light beams amplified by photoresistors and optical sound. In End Rolls, which has been transposed for the screen, raw colour film was partially exposed intermittently to different levels of light such as candle, stove, fire and room light. An idea partly derived from seeing the beginnings and endings of the effect of light leak on colour film – a soft, inappropriate licking of light revealing the photochemical medium usually reserved for the capture of representational images. Originally shown as three 16mm film projections with real time intervention via the use of focus and framing, and with live sound extracted from the light of the projectors using photo-resistors.” – Sally Golding. The Wire Magazine 19/09/2014.