Resonance (2016) 5’00
A film using humming to reflect on 15-years of dereliction at Peckham Multi-Storey Car Park.


Resonance (2017) – Installation piece
Dolphin Gallery, Oxford
Multiple layers of semi-transparent sheets are used as the projection surface for the video. The installation is an attempt to amplify the three-dimensional space within the otherwise flat projection. The light-weight material, with its sensitive and delayed responses to currents in the air, highlights the invisible rhythms and movements in space, and draws out the unfolding of time, echoing the idea of delayed presence evoked in the film. At the same time, the plastic material could be a metaphor for the construction phase of the car park, upon which its current image, recorded decades later, now resides.