Selected Works & Collaborations
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Working with Delphine Perrot in our 2nd collaboration as DD we got a mention in the NY Times with our project ‘The Look’ for the LUMEN festival on Staten Island. We explored the film ‘King Kong’ (1933), set in NY by extracting the eyes of Kong, we asked the viewer to revisit their cinematic memories of the beast through one of the most predominant forms of how humans recognise one other and reveal emotion. We wanted to show the romantic side to one of cinema’s well known beasts and by focusing on the eyes, a prime part of how we recognise each other as humans.
Ten Internationally submitted audio visual artworks exploring stories formulated from the fractal nature of bipolar mania. The curators are interested in how a hybrid of curation, film programming and proximity broadcast can embody the multiple cognitive processes of mania. Simultaneously projection of the ten works onto the courtyard facades of Temple Works interwoven location based pockets of FM transmitted soundtracks will allow the viewer to discover the audio by movement; either syncing to the original, re-scoring the remaining 9 works or creating an interference of multiple soundtracks.