After England W.I.P, 16mm, Super 8mm transferred to video & found footage 4:3, 2012
After England W.I.P: an imagining
of England in the tradition
of English Utopian literature
after the disappearance
of human activity, from the
remains and detritus of modern
architecture, recording technologies
and moving image culture.
After England is an extract from a W.I.P. for an installation which uses decayed analogue film images of derelict and abandoned spaces in the UK. The images are for display on three monitors ideally half buried by earth/sand or vegetation on a gallery floor. On the facing wall should be a stenciled image of a white sphinx. The white sphinx is in reference to its use as a metaphor for the decay of man in H G Wells’ The Time Machine.
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