Lindisfarne One One, HD video, 4 minutes 25 seconds

Lindisfarne One One is a silent black and white, digital film shot on the tidal island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland. The film deals with personal and historical loss, reflecting on first hand memories of the location as well as its representation within cinema, most notably the film Cul-De-Sac (1966) whilst drawing on tropes from Wim Wenders’ Road Movie trilogy and Chris Petit’s Radio On (1979). The narrative is driven by a stack of analogue photographs, in which a hand removes the images one by one.

Selected exhibitions:
Salon in Sabina, Demoni Danzanti, Torri in Sabina, Italy, October 2022
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art: BALTIC open, May 2021 - September 2021
Serpentine Cinema & General Ecology: On Earth at the Long Now, Kraftwerk Berlin, March 2019
Serpentine Cinema: On Earth, Missing and Memory, Peckhamplex Cinema, London, January 2019
South Kiosk Gallery, Togetherness: Notes on Outrage, London, 2016
Festival di Spoleto 59, Sala Pegasus Cinema, screening with Julie Born Schwartz, Italy, 2016
MONO 5.1 screening, Reykjavik, Iceland, March 2016
MONO 5, screening, Courtyard Theatre, London, February 2016