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Peter Saul: Some Terrible Problems

I produced and directed this one-minute teaser for American artist Peter Saul’s new exhibition in London, on behalf of Sutton and Michael Werner Gallery. Enjoy:

Art Night 2016

We were proud to produce documentation of London’s inaugural Art Night, curated by Kathy Noble. Over the course of one night we filmed ten performances and installations by the likes of Joan Jonas, Linder and Laure Provost. We supplied the organisers, Unlimited, with short promo and highlight reels, as well as extended documentation of these unique events.

Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro

I was commissioned by Victoria Miro to create a suite of films celebrating their bumper Yayoi Kusama exhibition, which featured new mirror rooms and paintings across their three sites in London. Three short mirror room films were made for social media, along with a 360 video and a whole-gallery tour.

Visit to see them all

Hew Locke’s pocket Tube map

A short interview with Hew Locke introducing his design for the latest pocket Tube map, which can be picked up from London Underground stations.

George Shaw: My Back to Nature

The National Gallery’s current associate artist, George Shaw, unveils the fruits of his two years’ labour this week. The exhibition, My Back to Nature, includes a documentary I made towards the end of his residency. It explores some of the themes that preoccupied George during the time he spent in the gallery. I also made a series of web films for the National Gallery, including this trailer:

TateShots: Art & Language

A short film on Art & Language who, as we’ll see, unwittingly invented art gallery selfies in the 1960s.

The film coincides with Tate Britain’s exhibition, Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979

Real to Reel: the Craft Film Festival

vlcsnap-2016-04-06-20h58m37s090vlcsnap-2016-04-06-20h58m08s783vlcsnap-2016-04-06-20h57m38s325My new short film Andy Goldsworthy: Slate Cone Copenhagen is being screened at Picturehouse Central London on 5th May 2016. The film was commissioned by the Government Art Collection and follows the construction of a new artwork at the British Embassy in Denmark.

Ticket and Programme information