The king’s palace that got burnt added beauty to it is a short experimental trailer using still images to create a non-linear work which breaks apart and forms itself over and again. One of its starting points is the poem, The Bad Glazier (1915) by Charles Baudelaire. The film, hinged on the idea of an encounter with a glassmaker, fragments and flows like the glass he carries. The glass and the moving image are seen in relation: broken pieces (stills) that in multiple flows build up a fragmented sense of movement and beingness. This was a collaborative film made with Georgina Hill.