INDIA videos (Sanskriti residency, 2007)
PROCESSIONAL is a meditation on the transience of life. Filmed in south Delhi, India late one night, granular shadows of traffic are cast onto a wall. Images slowly morph and colorise as the drone of traffic transforms into a holy cacophony of temple horns, bells and drums. Image quality is intentionally granular and gritty.
Description: Single channel digital video and audio installation (HD video 5’ loop duration)
Exhibition mode: LCD screen, preferably wall mounted. Looped
Media details: Apple pro-res 1920 x 1080. Ratio: 16:9. Stereo audio
Note: Image quality intentionally granular & gritty. Audio via quality stereo output
ANANDAGRAM (2007). Anandagram, meaning ‘blissful place or village’ is a wry take on a situation of implicit privilege, manicured natural beauty and serenity, soon to be ambushed by sonic intrusions, banal, familiar and occasionally unexpected.
( HD 12’ video loop) NB: requires good quality stereo sound and 50" LCD or full human-scale size projection.
Description: Single channel digital video and sound installation. (14.34" duration).
Exhibition Mode: Human-scale projection or LCD screen (of minimum size 55”). Continuous loop. Stereo audio
Media details: Apple Pro-res 422HQ 1920 x 1080 HD file or Blu-ray disk
PABU (2007) 9 mins duration (preview)
Portrait of a Rajasthani musician from the Bhopa community whose culture and livelihood is under threat from the changing economy. Filmed at the Pushkar camel mela, Pabu plays the rawanatha, a 16 string folk fiddle unique to the Bhopa.
Description: Single channel digital video
Exhibition mode: Option 1) Projection (Cinema) Option 2) LCD monitor Gallery). Looped.
Media details: HD 1920 x 1080 digital file. Ratio: 16:9. Stereo audio