These bear witness to the recent and
increasingly exposed construction of consensus, arising from a bias in
spectacular news reporting: an over-simplified ‘victims-and-aggressor’
meme, flocking from one focus of this sort to another, (and not unique
to the tabloid) that performs a particularly consistent form of reality
management, paradoxically by the very enactment of slippage in textual
This experimental series will form a collection of
material shown over a period of a year at different venues to then be
shown as a full collection in one venue, whereby seperate threads of
reference will co-concur and perform as a suggestive network of
NOT GOT SHOT OFF
(2 x 30 second loop 16mm film: simultaneous double projection).
Contribution to Lucy Reynolds ‘Anthology’ 2012, at Camden Arts Centre.
Experimental text work from the same source as Data Pool 3 - continuing the serial work: Data Pool 3 (end-game) as an enquiry reversing the usual technological teleology. The double projection plays the text at odds with any meaning that may be had, as they slip out of synch, until chance brings them to re-align again, briefly, before stuttering on.
THESE ARE NOT MY WORDS (Day 68, 10 May 2012)
A4 print trimmed to edge (free hand-out)
Contribution to Lucy Reynolds ‘Anthology’ 2012, a collective film work including:
Ami Clarke, Annabel Frearson, Lizzie Hughes, Gil Lueng, Liliane Lijn, Sharon Kivland, Helene Martine, Annabel Nicolson, Sharon Morris, Sally O Reilly, Clunie Reid, Lis Rhodes, Audrey Reynolds, Cherry Smyth, Erika Tan, Anne Tallentire and Sarah Tripp.
at Film in Space at Camden Arts Centre. An exhibition of film and expanded cinema selected by Guy Sherwin.
Lucy Reynolds is a writer, artist and independent film programmer, whose doctorate research explores British expanded cinema.
The two works: ‘NOT GOT SHOT OFF’ (double projection 16mm film) and ‘THESE ARE NOT MY WORDS" (Day 68, 10 May 2012)’ (print) were shown throughout the week 27th December - 6th January, alongside other artists from the collective work by Lucy Reynolds.
They are part of a serial work: Data-Pool 3 (end-game), that is ongoing, the first part of which: Data-Pool 3, (2.10 mins HD video, 2012) see below - was shown at Wysing Arts Centre for the Space Time arts and music festival curated by Mark Titchner in the summer 2012.