[gallery type="slideshow" ids="1424,1421,1423"] This past October, I visited Hanover, NH for the day with a friend. It happened to be the 50th Anniversary of the Hopkins Center of the Arts (HOP) at Dartmouth College, of which we were unaware until we heard music playing in the square. It was dark and we were exploring some of the old buildings, so it startled us; it sounded like it was coming right out of the sky. We thought it might be some kind of performance, so we followed the music and it led us to the HOP. There was a video being projected right on the building itself. It was a piece called Five Windows by a British artist named Ross Ashton. There are a few segments to the video, capturing dance and colors and then there was a segment of geometric shapes and blueprints of the building being built up and deconstructed. It was very cool. It played on a loop throughout the night and we found ourselves repeatedly drawn to the exhibit, along with countless other interested spectators, including the couple in this series of photos. I tried to capture the final 3 frames of the video as it tore across the screen until there was nothing left. I edited the series to coincide with the movement of the original piece and I have to say, I kind of like it!