As the residency at Burry Port draws to a close and the Art Machina workshops at St. Peters in Exeter (for Daisi) near completion, April looks set to be free to hone the 3 bodies of work I am currently developing. The first is a short film called Liquid Mimesis and is nearly completed. The second is all about DNA and fluid relationships with aquatic species -Soup – and I am deep in the development of this. Finally, my response to the tidal culture of Burry Port, currently a collection of raw edits and rough ideas, will be worked up.
Soup is the starting point for a group exhibition curated by me for Fringe Arts Bath 17, to be hosted at Cleveland Pools again, showcasing film and sound works which respond to the aquatic theme. The submissions are rolling in, some great work is being proposed, and I can’t wait to reveal the line up later next month.
Meanwhile I am excited to be screening work at Imperfect Cinema in Plymouth University, Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene at Bath Spa University, and Mediating Climate Change at the University of Leeds.
Oh! And I am thrilled to get a mention in Breathing Art from last years’ inclusion in the Geumgang Nature Art Biennale.