Phil Solomon was a longtime associate of and collaborator with the late Stan Brakhage, but he has a vision all his own. In The Secret Garden (1988), imagery is abstracted into shards of light that combine with a pulsing energy notably different from Brakhage’s more organic rhythms, and in Twilight Psalm II: Walking Distance (1999), dots of light on a black field swirl ecstatically, playing at the edge of chaos. Rehearsals for Retirement (2007) reworks images from the video game Grand Theft Auto into a dissolving dreamscape as affecting as a romantic ballad. And Seasons . . . , a collaboration with Brakhage, organizes the latter’s painted imagery to Solomon’s jagged, jittery rhythms.