Inbindable Volume

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 at the time of filming. The rhythmic coordination of the three screens are driven by the voice of an omnipresent narrator who describes the lifespan of a building from conception to abandonment through a text which skips between past, present and future tense.

Exhibited at:
VIVID, Birmingham 2010
Danielle Arnaud, London 2010
Artsway, UK 2011
Gallery Box, Gothenburg 2011

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