From a fixed point of reference it’s not always easy to work out the direction of travel. We make assumptions based on visual cues, but these are not always correct. We assume that society is moving forwards – that progress is being made. But perhaps this is not true. Perhaps we are actually travelling in the opposite direction.
I’m experimenting with turning video into ASCII streams. Here are the final video pieces: This is an intercut single channel version: This is a quad split of the intended four streams to be used in the installation space: Some stills – click to see them larger in their full glory.
A little bit of split-screen fun utilising some footage I shot whilst contemplating the river over a pint in Richmond. Music by Greenfinger. Here’s the Vimeo Link just in case the embedding doesn’t play nice for you.
Deep in the countryside of southern France join one man and his slippers in an endless search for the man in black… Will he be successful in his quest? Will we finally get an answer to the question: “Where is Pat?”
For the second time I Went to Latitude festival and shot some video. Here are the results.
After far too long slaving over a hot keyboard the SGP video is finally cooked. So sit back, turn down the lights and crank the volume, it’s time to re-live that muddy weekend in July.
For you viewing pleasure here’s a floaty dreamy view of an ongoing art project I stumbled across up in the hills of Cyprus.
A mash up of some footage shot on Hyde Park boating lake. The title page and its related shot is the bit I’m most pleased about, it’s starting to look like some sort of cubist video, which is something I’ve been thinking about a great deal recently after seeing the Picasso exhibition at the Tate Britain. Perhaps there will be more experiments soon.