A young narrator fixates on old office buildings and discarded ways of life, experiencing some form of nostalgia for something they never experienced. Lauren Koo directs “ecologics,” an experimental video poem that explores the liminal spaces and dissonances of human work life, technological advancement, and the natural world. The film is presented as a series of minimal images: from simple text being typed on a blank white screen, to a woman sitting in an abandoned office surrounded by green foliage, or a chair and potted plant neglected in a run-down patch of grass, draped in wires. Images that accompany the unlikely feelings and unexpected resonances on the topic of something like wireless connectivity, for instance — are trees antiquated because they still need roots to survive whereas our machines have evolved wirelessly? Koo offers a vivid rumination of the lucid yet abstract emotions tied to adult life of generations gone by, interspersed with glimpses of childhood through old home videos and video games. -KA. Writer, Director, Editor, Producer: Lauren Koo. Cast: Lauren Koo. Director of Photography: Carsten Nahum. Composer: Chris Emond.