This film is a sequel to the film “Simulacra” and it takes the ideas further with more in-depth use of editing. This post serves to outline the piece, evaluate its strengths and weaknesses, and discuss how to present it in an artistic setting.
After the feedback I received for “Simulacra,” I wanted to explore more ways I could create films that trouble reality. This post aims to document some of the experimentation I’ve been doing in response, and evaluate its artistic potential. My experimentation began with the idea of glitches. “Simulacra” featured a scene in which a person […]
After the feedback I received for my short film, Simulacra, I became interested in the artistic potential of its individual shots, and took some photographs inspired by the film. This post serves to document these experiments and discuss their artistic potential and what I can learn from them.
Simulacra is a short film I made. It is centred around a character, played by myself, who is presented in a way that challenges the nature of reality. This post serves to weigh up the strengths and weaknesses of the outcome, discuss ways I could present it in an artistic context, and evaluate my feedback. […]
“Simulacra” is my second art piece this term, a short conceptual film. This post serves to discuss the inspiration behind it, and document the process of making it.
Nix + Gerber are an artist collective who specialise in making realistic, detailed worlds in miniature. This post serves to outline what they do, what ideas are associated with their practice, and how it informs my own.
Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus is a 2003 Documentary by director Andrew Douglas. This film was recommended to our whole studio group by our tutor as an exercise in picking apart the tiny details of a piece of art. As a result of this analytical approach, I found this film extremely inspiring. This post serves […]
I presented my first piece of term, “Aberration,” in Week 4 of the Spring Term. I displayed it as part of a collaborative performance with Rachel Glover. This post aims to reflect on the feedback I received and discuss what I have learned from it. Feedback: Might come across as a discussion of race – […]
“Aberration” is my first finished piece of the Spring Term. This post aims to reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of the outcome (including feedback), how it could be presented in a gallery space, and what I have learned from it.
“Aberration” is the title of my first complete art piece of the Spring Term. This post serves to discuss the inspiration behind it, and document the process of making it.
“Everything and More” is a video artwork by the American artist Rachel Rose. Featuring psychedelic imagery and links between reality and the sublime, this piece has influenced my practice a great deal. This post serves to outline and analyse the piece, and discuss how it has inspired my work. Rachel Rose – Everything and More. […]
Bill Viola is a pioneer of film work, and is therefore very important to my current practice. This post serves to outline what he does, what ideas are associated with his work, and how it informs my practice.