USA, 2017, 11′ 20“
It’s any day, any year in the house of Alan and Vera in their Post-Industrial English conurbation formerly known for their world renown pottery industry, yet on this week they are interrupted by their camera toting grandson. This May is one of moving, dancing, and gliding more softly and with greater awareness. They might have been stars, they could have been famous!
Conceived as a ditty; presented with an orchestra of loved ones, this is a handmade exploration of positive and negative space in concert with past and present yearnings.
He was raised between Hong Kong and Stoke-On-Trent, UK and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. His most recent 16mm multiple projection piece, Cluster Click City Sundays, premiered as a part of DREAMLANDS: EXPANDED, an expanded cinema series held at Microscope Gallery in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art as a part of the exhibition “Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema & Art, 1905 – 2016”.
His work has also been presented at institutions and festivals such as the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2016 & 2017, Hong Kong IFF, Hamburg ISFF, Maryland Film Festival, Untitled Art Fair, Crossroads (w/ SF Cinematheque), EXiS, Microscope Gallery, the NY Filmmaker’s Co-Op, Paris Festival of Different & Experimental Cinemas, Kassel Documentary Film & Video Festival, Mono No Aware IX & X and the Rio De Janeiro International Film Festival.