Shown at BYOB Birmingham (2013), Two Queens After Party (YAY), Leicester (2014), Canned Film Festival (2014), Artwork Studios and Gallery and Northwich, Breeze Collectives 1 Night Only Film Festival, Durham and House of Voodoo by Hopscotch Voodoo at Folkestone Quarterhouse . Made in response to the Native American Modoc Ghost Dance, that failed to raise the dead in a fight against the U.S. Army in (1872-3). Eadweard Muybridge's biographer Rebecca Solnit drew the conclusion that modern day technology that created cinemas is a closer and more successful attempt at raising the dead. Something we have come to do on a daily basis when watching films.
The culmination of over a two years work at finding the position of the classic genre of the Western, a cardboard model film set has been produced to raise the images of the dead once more.
Dedicated in the loving memory of my friend Laura Peaty