In a sense all time-based works are about duration, whether acknowledged or not, it is a vital element. Artists always make work about where they are, perhaps to understand who they are. The where can be geographic or phycological, or both.
All three artists in this screening deal with time and duration, explored in different ways. In a sense all three films deal with the idea of a journey. In Phoebe Boswell’s work 'Prologue: The Lizard of Unmarriedness (It's All About How You Tell It)' is the starting point to a multi-sensory body of work in which Boswell uses film, drawing, sound, and interactive sculpture to examine how storytelling, nuance, and language aid our personal predilections towards belief. Erica Scourti's work takes us on a phone diary, scattered going back and forth through time. In this very disconnected world, one things remains stable it is always 09.41 and the phone battery is 100% Andrew Kötting, shows us a world as if seen through a microscope, a journey into the earth in a world under surveillance, which could be the present time, or at the end of the world. A place where words are half forgotten and half remembered.
Phoebe Boswell Prologue: The Lizard of Unmarriedness 6 min
Andrew Kötting THEIR RANCID WORDS STAGNATE OUR PONDS 8 mins
Erica Scourti Dark Archives Luck 11 mins