“Entropy” (2011) was devised through extensive travelling on trains around Teeside’s Seal Sands area. It takes inspiration from the story that Ridley Scott used the area as inspiration to his opening sequence to Blade Runner. Ridley and Tony Scott came from Middlesbrough and their great-grandfather founded the art house Tyneside Cinema. Entropy (in reference to Robert Smithson’s writing) creates a kaleidoscopic landscape, in which pylons and factories mingle and merge creating a vortex, through which the landscape is endlessly sucked and renewed. It is accompanied by Hans Zimmer’s “Your So Cool” theme tune from Tony Scott’s film “True Romance” (1993).