is an investigation into the way artists use the tension between sound
and image as a tool. The featured work uses the inherent contract and
fusion between the two registers within its structure, sometimes to
create disparity and at other times to collude in order to raise
questions of perception, language and understanding. The resultant
questions might lead us into obscurity, or intrigue us as to the
narrative possibilities decided by the viewer’s individual
interpretation of what they see and hear.
Smith – Gargantuan – ‘A wonderfully witty example of how to conduct
pillow talk with a small amphibian.' - Elaine Paterson, Time Out.
Walwin – Silencer – takes the recognisable form of an interrogation,
and fragments it over two different locations and turns it inwards by
the use of a single actor playing dual roles.
Andrew Brand and
Alison Ballard – Wires and Bows - An experimental animation from a
moving train comparing the movements of telegraph wires with the sounds
Erica Scourti – Statement of the Art - Press releases
taken from a wide range of contemporary art exhibitions are collaged
together and translated into French, German and Spanish and back into
English using internet translation software.
Emily Wilczek - Walk
(in progress) – As the camera's motor kicks in, we hear its loud whirr,
and the screen goes from black to the images being shot, by one of the
Gareth Hudson – Future Proof – ‘Telegnosis like a
time-telescope - a rare gift, which allows one to look through the veil
of the present into the future’
Rob Flint - The Shot Was Short of
George Evans - X
Jordan Baseman – More Than
Curated by Ellie Russell, Dan Green and Amy Fisher.
7th May 2010
Screenings at 7, 8 and 9 pm
Tickets £1.50 on the
door (includes a glass of wine/soft drink) – Please e-mail in advance to
book if possible.
Tickets cannot be purchased from Broadway Box
The White Box Studio
14-18 Broad Street