Have just finished remaking 'resident', my moving image piece developed as part of a residency at x-church in Gainsborough, into a film. It was a tedious process, lots of thinking inbetween the technical glitches, but now with its 1h 39min it is ready to go. This is  this all new waters to me! 

There is an excerpt of the moving image on vimeo which should give you a bit of an idea. 

https://vimeo.com/440664578


 

 

As it is yet another lockdown I made my piece 'Horizons' available again. Might be more needed now then in spring 2020! Here is the link:

https://vimeo.com/438488223

 

Exciting news!'The Days of the Triffids', a short film that I made during the first lockdown, has been chosen to be screened at Cefalu festival in May. Hope I can go and visit the festival. Have just made a little, quite experimental intro to it. Here is the link: https://vimeo.com/516232100

 

 

 

Thanks to a BEEF bursary I am able to a undertake a piece of work that I began to get invested in last summer. For this I want to explore aspects from 'The Wall', a novel by the Austrian author Marlene Haushofer, within the current context of uncertainty and change. In particular I will use my knowledge of digital porosity to engage with the shimmering shield inherent to online mediation and make apparent what is shown and what is left out. Here is a link to the blog: 

 

https://loosespace.wordpress.com/2021/04/26/mirage-my-latest-filmic-project/

 

 

With the writers Lisa Spalt and Dieter Sperl I work on a new multi-media piece with the working title 'Lassen und Verlassen'. I also have started to work with the Austrian artist Petra Suko on a collaboration where we explore how family history is conveyed through images. This is a rather longer process as it seems as soon as you think you understand one aspect another thing becomes a puzzle. 

 

The show LOSS that I curated for ArtP will happen, with delay, in September 2021. Participant artists at present are: Irene Andessner, Oreet Ashery, Rosy Martin, Stuart Moore and Kayla Parker, myself, Elisabeth Wörndl. I really look forward to it!