Arlene (1994)

The film is a study of Arlene walking across the lobby of the School of Architecture and Fine Arts. The figure in architectural drawing is used to provide a sense of scale, and an indication of how a space can be used. The designed route through the lobby is simple, but Arlene’s trajectory is specific and personal.

This film has been reviewed by: DVblog, 8th April 2011

This film has been screened at:
–  Expanded Architecture Screening and panel discussion of “Architectural Film”, Performance Space, Sydney, November 2010
–  OMSK: SNUB,  Film; Video; Performance; Music Event, 86 Brick Lane, London; September 2002
–  291 Gallery Light Reading Programme,  West Australian Experimental Screen Work, 291 Gallery, 291 Hackney Road, London; June 2002