3 November to 10 November


 

Ruth Maclennan

What can you see now?
Single channel HD video, 1 min 26 secs, 2020

An extended interruption

I can’t see any thing clearly right now. Not because of a lack of clarity on my part, though there may be, but because of the suspense of the past days and nights and those around the corner. Click to read more 


 

Catherine Rodosa

Libre cours, libre choix
photography, 2020

Kyoko Kasuya

Memory of Autumn,
photography, 2020

Just before the second lockdown happened in France, I was in the same forest 3 times for a shooting. It was romantic to see the color of leaves changing slightly every time I visited. Probably it’s hackneyed but for me it is precious to feel this magical moment.

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Liza Dimbleby

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Letter from Glasgow: AFTER NATURE (28/10/20)

On the train last week I read an article about Pissarro and Cézanne.  I looked at the reproduction of Pissarro’s cabbage field Le Champ de choux, Pontoise: purple, green and silver, printed in the paper. I read the words describing the painting and I looked from the train window to fields of purple and green, fenland furrows and brassicas, picked out in silvery light.

Modernity is Loss Of World. The writer himself disclaims this as a cliché, but one that “draws blood”.

Such sentences read differently at the moment. The thought of loss of world has a new twist and is no longer just about painting, or picturing even, though it is also all the more about that.

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SE Barnet

 
Second verse, same as the first…
Single channel video, 1’12”

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Ana Mendes

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Manuela Morgaine

 

OCCHIO
Grotte naturelle du Circeo, Italie. Photogramme du film CAVE CANEM
©Manuela Morgaine 2003.

CAVE CANEM Prends garde au chien, cette inscription on la trouve à l’entrée des anciennes demeures de Pompéi. En Italie OCCHIO, littéralement ŒIL indique un danger imminent dont il faut se protéger. Premier jour du deuxième confinement à Paris, en un temps épidémique hors de contrôle,   mêlé à la terreur des couteaux sur la gorge des innocents, l’impression que la Peste menace notre Humanité. 

Cet Œil ouvert reste un refuge et le garant de notre résistance.

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Katja Stuke

CDG
from the Series: Moon over Konohana, 2018


 

Ivana Vollaro

Pumpkin Seeds
2020


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Michelle Deignan

Room 13
Single channel HD vide, 1′ 38″, 2020

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