Equinox is the scientific term for the time when day and night astronomically are in an equal length anywhere on earth. It takes place every year in September and March respectively. For astronomers, the March equinox in the northern hemisphere signifies the beginning of a new spring. Clara Busch’s abstract video piece, the shortest work at this year’s festival, marks the changing times in its own concise and suggestive way. Organic forms that at a closer look turn out to be of an indefinite and artificial nature, present themselves to us in a digital universe in which we are fully immersed for the four minutes this very special equinox lasts.