Soundwaves Festival 2011, Brighton

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Sunday 17 July – Listen!  
An evening of ‘silent’ performances and headphone music at The Sallis Benney Theatre:
Mira Calix
Me and Machine
Martin Parker
Scott Smith
Jamie Crofts/ Duncan Bullen
London Short Film Festival screenings by
Kayla Parker & Stuart Moore, Max Hattler, Julian Hand, Naren Wilks
Our films screening at the Soundwaves Festival are:

Twenty Foot Square (2009)
Digital film 1min 20sec
Time-lapse and microscopic stop-motion of a city garden. Presented in the One Minute international touring programme of artists' moving image, volume 4 2010-2011.

Verge: Nocturne (2009)
Super16mm 1min
Leaves of wild plants printed onto (black) colour reversal film leader using bleach - deep violet-blues and white. Presented in the One Minute international touring programme of artists' moving image, volume 3 2009-2010.

Heirloom (2008)
Super16mm 1min 50sec
Direct animation: my hair bleached onto black colour negative film leader - abstract yellow and green. Shown in the recent Crafty Animators exhibition at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton.

Small World (2007)
HD film 2min
Found objects choreographed in a miniature landscape. Commissioned for the Definitive Stories screening programme at the National Review of Live Art, Glasgow.

Poppies (2006)
Super16mm 1min
Direct animation: wild flower petals collected on a walk around the south west coastal footpath in the Cattedown area of Plymouth.

Blue Kayak (2001)
Digital film 1min
Multi-layered kayaks on a standing wave. Made by Stuart Moore for Aune Head Arts' Dartmoor Lives and Landscapes project, using DV frames shot by Jeremy van Reimsdyke.

Project (1997)
Pinhole photos and Super8 1min
Time-lapse and stop-motion adventure across the south west peninsula. Commissioned by the London Film Makers' Co-op for the launch of the Lux Centre, Hoxton Square; with funding from the National Lottery.

Sunset Strip (1996)
35mm 4min 15sec
Direct animation: a year of time-lapse sunsets. Animate Award, commissioned by Arts Council England and Channel 4.

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