The film explores the space within a 1:50 model reconstruction of Bruce Nauman’s “Double Doors – Projection and Displacement” (1973) as re-installed in 1990 for the “Un Choix D’art Minimal Dans La Collection Panza” exhibition at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Continue reading “Displaced (2019)”
Three day time-lapse showing the gallery residency, exhibition set up, and symposium.
Making Representations was a three-day project which ran from 27 February – 1st March 2019, in the Phoenix Studios North Gallery, Brighton. The project culminated in a half-day symposium followed by a public exhibition opening, and included five artist-researchers – Bill Leslie, Eleanor Suess, Charlotte Warne Thomas, Katie McCallum, Felicity Hammond and Dean Kenning, whose work all touches on questions of representation – architectural, filmic, mathematical, linguistic and photographic. The symposium consisted of performances, workshop activities, and concluded with a discussion of wider issues of representation. Continue reading “Phoenix Gallery Timeframes at Making Representations”
While I was in Australia this Christmas I worked out of one of the studios in my old architecture/art school at the University of Western Australia (UWA). I was keen to build upon the recent site-specific work I have been developing in my own studio in Croydon, specifically around the making of a model which “reconstructs” the space of the studio, and which, along with my actions as model-maker and film-maker, is then filmed within that space.
As part of the ASC’s Croydon Studio’s inaugural exhibition, 40° Celsius, I exhibited an installation of clips of footage that I had taken from the windows in my new studio, F23, in the ASC Grafton Quarter.