Relaxation and Nothingness
3 mins video
Relaxation and Nothingness is closer to painting than to traditional narrative. It exploits the specificities of time and technology, almost making itself, in the tradition of the structural filmmaking. At the same time, it draws on the sensory, psychological, and social dimensions of the virtual world. Like much of my work, the intention is to abstract from the visible world in order to transform the viewer’s perceptions of “normal” reality.
MOCA London Front Windows
113 Bellenden Road, SE15 4HY
May 14 - 16, 9pm
The film by Denise Hawrysio with sound by John Wynne will be projected (after sundown) on the front windows of MOCA London.
This work was developed from a live Zoom intervention with MOCA FOCUS during the first London lockdown.
113 Bellenden Road
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