Liquid at Fringe Arts Bath 27th May – 12th June 2016
Getting into Hot Water is a multi-screen ‘moving painting’ that will be screened as part of Liquid.These intimate and abstracted watery filmic episodes, all shot at geothermal spas in Budapest, will be accompanied by sonic drawings which place the listener within the water.
Liquid brings together SW UK artists and Hungarian artists whose work focuses on water through the media of film, photography and sonic work, to be exhibited as part of FaB and at Arts Quarter Budapest. Bringing artists together from the UK and Hungary, Liquid aims to start a conversation between the two countries and to provide a platform for further, independent, cross fertilisation between artists.
Yesterday I spent time with Neil Glen at Bath Spa University testing material on the Media Wall at the Newton Park Campus. The test material was simply a short MP4 I happened to have with me on a memory stick, but the real work will use the full 7m height to create an immersive experience on the theme of climate change.
Submersive Testimony will be screened 16th May to 1st June 2016 on the Media Wall.
Sometimes we feel that those who have passed are somehow close by, a fleeting presence. Large scale projection piece for Stratum II at Buckfast Church, March 2016.