http://winevault.ca/?perex=dealbook-binary-option-type More photos of the event can be found here
http://makse.com/?kremel=free-ethiopian-dating-site&92a=2d It’s been a pleasure to participate in a panel discussion on the subject of memory in and around artistic practice with Eyal Sivan, Maria Molina Peiro and Emilio Reyes Bassail at the Eye Museum, Amsterdam.
It’s been a pleasure making this short video for Warp and Weft composed by Colin Riley. Warp and Weft is a double cello concerto for Gabriella Swallow and Guy Johnston, premiered in Manchester Cathedral with the Manchester Camerata conducted by Gábor Takács-Nagy.
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I’ve just completed this short film for Colin Riley, a London based composer. Colin’s new work ‘Songs of Coiled Light’ makes use of multi-sensory elements to provide a different kind of listening experience based on his research into hearing impairment. Featuring bass clarinetist Gareth Davis and live electronics designer Carl Faia it was filmed during a residency and several live performances taking place as part of the SoundFestival in Aberdeen.
I’ve just completed a video for the Bell Halsall duo. The duo, pianist Kate Halsall and electric guitarist Joel Bell performed an improvised electronic composition to the twenty minute video for their latest project, Horizontal transfer.
The video explores Coventry through themes of celebration, tradition, war, devastation, industry and regeneration and was compiled from archive footage from 1918 to the present day.
Still from the work [Running time 20 minutes]
I’m excited to be one of eleven students on The Master’s Degree Programme in Film at the Netherlands Film Academy.
During this two year course I’ll be pursuing key research aims through theoretical investigation and practical filmmaking.
Here’s a follow up on the screening and exhibition held at the Turner Contemporary and Crate Project Space, Margate last weekend.
Installation shots at Crate project space
Screening La Mort de l’Arbre [Running time 15 minutes] at the Turner Contemporary