Echo (a) displays a screen-based derivative of an aural artefact. Existing within an ongoing project where sonic intermodality and, by definition, echoes, are the modes in which the work is processed through. The moving image presents an undulation of imagery shifted from documentation of a preexisting work, the screen-based product views as a largely minimal and transmutational representation where access to view is not limited by the space it inhibits. Repetition, delay, echo and reverberation are modes that are visually and sonically employed. Which, through by engagement on screen and online an intention of display attempts to further reprepresent a mimicking of the movements of sound between peoples and networks.