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Moving Image, Photography, Video and Film

Moving Image, Photography, Video and Film

The critical base here is the ability of the moving image to mediate between real, imagined and constructed worlds. Richard Grayson is recognised for his constructions across various media exploring subjective belief systems in contemporary art and ways in which they might constitute new models for ‘alternative’ practice. His most recent manifestation of this is Possessions inc. an online video project for Matt's Gallery, London.

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Henry Coombes makes experimental film developed from both practice-based and theoretical research, and the integration of critical and creative work. Utilising his training as a psychotherapist he adapts powerful therapeutic techniques to produce visionary films with a strong and innovative cinematic language.

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Jane and Louise Wilson use film, photography and sculpture, to create highly theatrical and atmospheric installations that investigate the darker side of human experience. Works which engage with the unconscious mind and which probe collective anxieties and phobias, arousing unwanted memories, and reveals things which are usually repressed.

The work of Uta Kogelsberger examines how the built environment and the domesticated landscape become physical and visual manifestations of a society’s ideology and belief structures, and the way photography and lens based media have the ability to pull this mechanism into focus.

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