Themes: Internet

Being John Smith

After enduring many decades of embarrassment and discomfort, the artist finally admits to the negative impact that possessing the commonest name in the English-speaking world

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Home Invasion

A nightmarish essay film on the history of the doorbell, tracing its invention and constant reinventions through 19th century labour struggles, the nascent years of

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Colossal Cave

“Somewhere nearby is Colossal Cave. Magic is said to work in the cave. I will be your eyes and hands.” Excavated from the world’s largest

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Sitting in Darkness

Out of the darkness a sound emerges. It echoes and drones. Terrified people take to the streets in search of its source. They get their

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Xitana ხითანა

First film in Medoidze’s Tusheti Trilogy, Xitana is centred around a bareback horse race tradition in Tusheti mountains – a display of masculinity as much

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The End of the World

The End of the World (2017) encloses the viewer in a planetarium style view of the solar system. The accompanying audio monologue intertwines examples of

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The Archive

This work comes as two forms, a VR based film and a single channel HD video file. The Archive (2017) is a video made inside

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Dust to Data

Dust to Data tracks through the colonial history of archaeology, to current parallels in the data mining of DNA and social media image banks. Working

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Hercules: Rough Cut

Hercules: Rough Cut refers to the Roman version of the Greek Heracles, a series of stories rife with internal contradictions and gathered from multiple sources

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How to Fly

How to Fly was commissioned to reflect on the uncertain times that we currently found ourselves in during the Coronavirus pandemic. This new works show

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Nurses

‘Nurses’ 2019 brings together research around the close readings of bodies in relation to diagnostic narratives, queer reproduction and pleasure. Within it the creation, distribution

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Finding Fanon Part Two

Finding Fanon Part Two collides art-house cinema with digital culture’s Machinima, resulting in a work that explores the post-colonial condition from inside a simulated environment

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