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99 Clerkenwell Road2011

  • 3.7
Filmed in an empty shop, the remaining features of the space are used to create a kaleidoscopic light film. Ceiling lamps become coloured spheres and circles that sweep across the frame. Pillars provide wipes and fades, window shutters are hole punched stencils, passing buses shoot beams of light. A toy solar system appears. Scale and depth constantly shift and colours are blindly combined as exposures gradually multiply. Overexposed glimpses of a wall or a flashing bollard outside bring the viewer down to earth.

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"This gorgeous film is all sweet spot: limpid discs of color with a Matisse-like intensity." - Lesley Chow, Experimental Faces

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Hypnotic... Spherical fields of colour float, intersect and are eclipsed by planes of black. Would be especially captivating on a large screen or in a gallery setting.