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HD Video, 5.1 Audio Duration 30 min 2019 A manifesto pitches urban regeneration as ‘slow violence’ - a process of massive man-made environmental change, unnoticed due to its slow pace. The characters attending the manifesto position themselves...
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HD Video, 5.1 Audio Duration 13 min 2016 A Mountain Close Up is Only Rock (2016) is an archaeology of the digital footprint of architect Jørn Utzon, specifically through a mysterious house he built on the island...
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Video with Live Voiceover Duration 15 min 2015 This Building, This Breath begins with a meditation, a breathing screen in a dark room showing the electric blue of a beamer on standby. A voice from behind the...
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HD Video Duration 10 min 2015 Apeirophobic Framework explores problematic and poetic possibilities of understanding in relation to ideas of time, future and artistic practice. The term Apeirophobia, meaning fear of the future or fear of infinity,...
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HD Video, 5.1 Audio Duration 25 min 2015 Pleasure Through Drowning is a film about an impossible attempt to escape a society over-saturated with moving image. Charting a day trip to Portsea Island in search of 32...
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In what might be considered a natural history for buildings, The Order of Things depicts the world’s largest half marathon from the perspective of a society of sentient architectures and man-made structures. Encountering the...
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Three-channel HD video Duration 15min 2010 Inbindable Volume is a three-channel video installation filmed in Birmingham Central Library (John Madin 1972). The library is the city's most infamous example of Brutalist architecture, which was due for demolition...