Director: Patrick Bokanowski
A return to the picnic setting favoured by French painters such as Seurat and Manet more than a century ago but long since passed into postcard pop. Using optical manipulation and subtle colour tones, Bokanowski liquifies the scene into a gently intoxicated interplay of light, shape and movement, evoking the slight hallucinatory strangeness of a long aprés-midi.
A digital study, a brilliant visual rendering of the Qabalah, the ancient Judaic philosophy - or "Tree of Life". ... More »
Layers of images of hills, trees, sun and moon converging in movement, the vagaries of exposure flaring the sensitive film emulsion. Using just one roll of 16mm film, run through the camera three tim… More »
A physical cripple, trapped inside a body. Unable to act, his action is through thought. ... More »
Burlesque drawings, shapes, symbols, flowers, landscape, snowflake etchings and rich abstract colour fields in continuous kaleidoscopic collision; Brain Surge is in rhythmic pursuit. Chris Knowles' p… More »
This new work by former Erwin Rado award-winner (Long Shadows, 1992) is a masterpiece of over a decade's worth of concentrated experimentation into the boundaries of possibility in optical printing a… More »