This artwork is entirely visual so unfortunately I don't feel the experience can be adequately recreated in text. However, I will try here to describe this web-page for those who are unable to experience the piece completely.
The page is broken into segments. The first thing that is visible is a video in the shape of an eye. The video shows multiple different views of pebbles on a beach, rolling and colliding with one another.
When you scroll down below this, the title of the work can be made visible by hovering over faded text areas. The work is called "something moved". The artist name follows (shane finan 2022).
In the background for this and continuing down most of the page is a video that has auto-played. It shows golden sand falling in many different views, taken in macro close-up so that the grains are very large on-screen.
When you keep scrolling, some hazy green squares begin to obscure this video.
Later, several rows of a graphic that looks like a MOSFET transistor is revealed. These graphics spin randomly when hovered over. A MOSFET is made up of a square with a hole in it, and three legs pointing out at the bottom. They completely obscure the video in the background.
Finally, the video is hidden behind an eye-shaped black object with three grey bars passing through it.