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(2016) Following a conversation between a 60-something year old couple from the west country discussing the city, London. John: It just goes along 5mph instead of 100mph John: They’ve got too many people up there Gill: Bloody hustle and bustle John: Mustn’t swear Duration: 9 minutes Single channel projection, size variable.
12 Hour Cell
(2014) A performance at Bodmin jail involving 6 artists abiding 19th century prison regulations. At the time, a live feed of the entire performance was broadcasted on the internet for viewers to tune in. Created during the GAOL Art Residency at Bodmin Jail, Cornwall Awarded the Stanley Picker Travel Awards Collaboration with Tilly Phyall-Davis, Dominique Croshaw, Jon Lilford, Jake Nason and Joanne Hooton. Duration: 12 hours Single channel projection, size variable. Exhibited at Secret Room, London Kingston University, London The Lilford Gallery, Canterbury The Kave Gallery, Hastings
10 years later
(2014) Observing the current state of the British village, Boscastle. prior to the filming, there was devastation as a vast flood flowed through the village, destroying the homes and lives of the residents. as time has progressed, remnants of the tragedy still echo through the village creating a sombre tone. Duration: 2 minutes Single channel projection, size variable
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