Here are some projects that I am proud of but that does not really fit into categories.
BITS & BOBS
A film collaboration with Marcus Nordgren in which a slowly evolving image is allied with a sonic image that gradually moves from the concrete to the abstract.
THE WOUND IS WHERE THE LIGHT
In this installation in the Trinity Chapel in Leicester, the chapel and its artefacts from hundreds of years ago resonated with me in a state of mourning the loss of my father.
'I invite you to enter my garden of stillness and follow the path of salt. Sit for a while and reflect over the beauty and fragility of life.'
The installation featured an electronically treated version of 'Ave Verum' from Karl Jenkin's Stabat Mater along with the sound of salt cracking on slate, the latter chosen for its fragile sound as well as its many connotations as purifier and protector, symbol of spiritual health, friendship, protection and hospitality in many cultures. This sound was also picked up by microphones and sent through resonators in high frequencies to create a sort of sonic sparkle.
FROZEN DANCE/ FLUID FORM
I made a new arrangement of my piece Almost for this film, the first in a series of installation art performance videos exploring a dance response to a sculptural piece. Launched in November 2010 at London's SuperDesign exhibition.
Dancer: Kirill Burlov
Designer: Philip Michael Wolfson
Video: Maxim Nilov
A collaboration with actress and film maker Aleksandra Odic. I composed music for the film which is a story about a complex and subtle meeting between two young women: one a nurse and one a very ill patient.