audio video disco from Lorraine Snape on Vimeo.
Lured by romantic notions, I took a roll of paper into the sea and out again onto the shore, reconnecting with nature physically through a performance of sorts which simultaneously produced a work on paper en plein air, thus resulting in an absurdity that is at one and the same time capable of being both beautiful and ridiculous in itself and which in turn is mimicked in the film.
Carefully balanced between the marking of time and the risk of collapse or breakage, a pendulum hovers millimeters from the floor. Reminiscent of a spindle in form, it brings to mind the idiom spinning a yarn, used to express the telling of a long imaginative story – or lie.
it is lockdown, and my neighbours crave attention, so lets have a disco in the kitchen. lighting courtesy of the police.
story telling performance, performed on MS teams
Reflecting through family portraits, the constraints and confines of UK Lockdown during the Covid-19 Corona Virus Pandemic
the sounds and experiences of zoom or similar
Found paintings, left by dogs, on designer bollards at multi billion pound development in London
a series of non starter, micro installations that fail to get going and fall short of intention. thus mirroring the feeling of apathy felt during the covid 19 pandemic
polystyrene beads spin and dance beneath a fan in this micro installation