2010, 1 minute
Visiting a small back-street café in Prague for sausage and wine led to trying Absinthe for the first time – shades of Manet, Degas and Picasso
Absinthe - still
2011, 40 minutes, colour, multiscreen
Six virtual screens matted into three Blu-ray projections. First exhibited at the Centre Multimedia Gantner in 2011, then on an immersive 18 metre curved screen at Tate Britain in 2012. It explores an interplay between abstracted colour, personal imagery and war related newsreel, seeking a coherent set of linking themes. Perhaps an homage to Dziga Vertov.
A single screen version was made in 2013 and shown in Millennium, New York and at Tate Britain.
FINITI - extracts
2013, 3 minutes
An impromptu portrait of Jonas Mekas shot at the Serpentine Gallery, London on the occasion of a celebration of his 90th birthday. All made in a single take whilst Mekas videos Mike Figgis playing Flugel horn and Rosey Chan plays piano.
Jonas - still
2014, 9 minutes
A short portrait of French Film artist Yann Beauvais shot in Recife, Brazil in 2013
Yann - still
2015, 27 minutes, 3D Video
Exploration of experience of images in multi-dimensional space.
A new visual model for memory and dream.
This extract can be viewed on a 3D monitor or television.
Where When - extract
2015, 6 minutes, 3D Video
Overlapping colour fields interacting through advancing and receding spaces.
The Probability of God is About Zero - still
The Probability of God is About Zero
2015, 13 minutes, single screen video
HD 1920 x 1080 Video
A play with images and short texts exploring the replacement of belief with doubt, morality with ethics, the pointlessness of prayer and attacking religious authority all in the context of war when ‘God’ appears conveniently on both sides.