Collaboration with Jo Addison Looping video Stop Bugging Me at the Tintype Gallery 2015 ARTWORK
A factory film showing the mechanised braiding of rope, from the National Film Board of Canada.
A truck carrying shredded paper caught fire at the side of a road next to Clapham Common, London
A film maker’s record of mechanised food production at an industrial scale
This is one of a set of prints I am working based on the shredded paper. Shredders have become part of the household and they reflect our concerns about identity theft and fraudsters rummaging though our rubbish bags. The inspiration for one of the first shredders came from a pasta maker. The remnants left byContinue reading “Shredders”
The thresher or thrasher machine uses its drums and shakers to separate grains from the stalks and the husks. In other words, it separates the wheat from the chaff. Threshing was done by hand for thousands of years before the machine was invented. The wheat sheaves were laid on the ground and beaten with flails. TheContinue reading “Thresher”