Winter along the Thames makes for intriguing portraits.
Last Monday I had another interesting conversation with artist Billy Cowie at his Brighton studio in which we discussed dance, film and sound while watching our work on the big screen.
Another challenging film session took place with Miku Tsuchiya at Brighton’s sea side where we braved the elements till our joints were locked together by wind, water, stone, iron and sound.
All photo’s © ANNE• 2014
This autumn I am researching dance and film with choreographer and dancer Miku Tsuchiya. In this collaboration we let a chosen location influence and challenge both our views and work methods to come to a new image that combines dance and film as one.
These photo’s are a sneak peek into our current work process.
Photo’s by © ANNE• 2014
Dazed and inspired by such an sensory experience of spatial composition, brought on by both artist and the architecture of the gallery building, has given me new artistic fuel.
Go and get inspired till the 28th of February 2015!
All photo’s by © ANNE • 2014
This reopening was accompanied by an unique photo exhibition of the Dutch artist Juul Kraijer. Her photographs reminded me of classical oil paintings that can mesmerize the spectators stare, holding it hostage by a stillness in the moment portrayed. The artist told me she started with the idea to frame her models face like a medallion. Because she worked with animals, however, the original idea started to transform into a dynamic canvas on which the content was constantly changing.
Go and see both this exhibition and gallery!
From 18th September – 30th October 2014