Site-specific 16mm film loop (negative image shot on Agfa ST8 sound recording film) made for the group show Holding Space, held at Hunt’s Wharf, Leaside Road, London E5 on 25th March 2017. Thanks to Andrew Vallance, Simon Payne, Amy Dickson and Jamie Jenkinson for organising the event.
More documentation from the one-day Stop Gap show here, featuring a 16mm film loop I made, the imagery for which is derived from a drawing by Moyra Derby, onto whose two panel piece the film was projected. Documentation courtesy of Tom Brown:
Some installation shots from the second iteration of Interval, a joint project by myself, Moyra Derby, Conor Kelly, Joan Key and Jost Münster, in the Herbert Read Gallery, UCA, Canterbury. (The first edition was presented at the Whitstable Biennalle in 2016). The principle of the project is that component works may be seen as overlapping or combining in various ways, via a process of visual re-framing by the spectator, which generates conjunctions and hence extends the scope and meaning of the individual works. My short film loop, shot on a Super 16mm camera, is of a drawing by Moyra Derby. The drawing generates an optical soundtrack and the loop is played over and between a two-panel work by Derby and a large painting by Jost Münster.
My memoir of working at the LFMC is now online here:
Revised link to my work on Vimeo is here: https://vimeo.com/user56141429
Further documentation of the live install and exhibition here by Tom Brown of the Interval Show held at Whitstable Railway station waiting room, as part of the 2016 Whitstable Biennale, with Moyra Derby, Conor Kelly, Joan Key, Jost Munster and myself:
The link is to an essay published on the LUX website a few years ago, and recently re-published in the journal Revista Lumiere, issue 7. The essay is available here: http://www.luxonline.org.uk/artists//guy_sherwin/essay(printversion).html
and the journal’s website here: http://www.elumiere.net/lumiere_web.php
Short video sketch made at the Counter Pop festival, held on Ramsgate beach, Kent, UK. Co-authored with Joséphine Michel. Silver Apples was / were playing at the time, but the video is silent.