Tag Archives: site specific animation

Ghost Station

Turple, the film I made about codebreaking with Maryclare Foa earlier this year, is showing in this exhibition in Bletchley Park – home of World War II cryptography in the UK. It is installed in the Bombe Hut, the very room where Alan Turing cracked the Enigma code and set the stage for the modern […]

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Turple: a celebration of Alan Turing

This short film was created for the  Decode / Recode exhibition, which is in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing and launches the University of Salford’s new MediaCityUk building. Maryclare Foá’s text acknowledges the ongoing influence on contemporary technology by the tortured genius cryptographer, whose sinister demise from a bite into a […]

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Less is More: Motomichi Nakamura

Strong visual storytelling, iconic, minimalistic design style and faintly disturbing, Motomichi Nakamura is a perfect example of less is more. Here is We Share Our Mother’s Health with music by the Knife (2006).   Here is an example of Nakamura’s expanded animation work with projections on Manhattan Bridge as part of Bright Nights in 2010. […]

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