1. "I want to investigate the movement of bodies in a given environment. I like to create dynamic spaces that use a combination of different props, objects, structures, actors and participants. I want the props that I make to force a very direct relationship with the actors, participants and the audience. I see these props as an active form of furniture that imply a specific function. I often use found materials, most of them came to me as a map of relationships with the outer world. I feel drawn to fragments of things which are set in a very specific context that represents highly constructed ideologies. These fragments speak about lost times and spaces and connect in an intense and almost desperate way with each other." – Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez

    Vertigo Issue 3 | May 2006

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  2. A short animation, a collage seeking to envision the textures and layers of memory. Shot on 16mm and video, this is a collaboration with a composer and musician.

    Vertigo Issue 1 | March 2006

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  3. A short animation that explores various textures, surfaces and sounds collected whilst the artist was travelling through China, assembled within a rigorous structure based on the rhythm of drawers being opened and closed.

    Vertigo Issue 1 | March 2006

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  4. Nausea is a synthesis of text and image that draws inspiration from Impressionism, On Kawara, Barnett Newman and the existential diary of Jean-Paul Sartre from which it adopts its title. The video footage is a journal of observations shot entirely on a mobile phone. Crudely low resolution, it retains a fuzzy warmth and familiarity rather than the cold and impersonal qualities of much digital technology, challenging a “certain end-point in cinema, wherein we only ever imagine and receive mediated images.” (Matthew Noel-Tod)

    Vertigo Issue 2 | April 2006

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  5. Nausea is a synthesis of text and image that draws inspiration from Impressionism, On Kawara, Barnett Newman and the existential diary of Jean-Paul Sartre from which it adopts its title. The video footage is a journal of observations shot entirely on a mobile phone. Crudely low resolution, it retains a fuzzy warmth and familiarity rather than the cold and impersonal qualities of much digital technology, challenging a “certain end-point in cinema, wherein we only ever imagine and receive mediated images.” (Matthew Noel-Tod)

    Vertigo Issue 2 | April 2006

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