• Pen on paper – 'pace: part five (the viaduct)', 2011
  • 'Camera Harness Mechanism' – as used in the film 'pace - part five (the viaduct) 2011
  • Film still – 'pace: part five (the viaduct)', 2011
  • Film still – 'pace: part five (the viaduct)', 2011
  • Film still – 'pace: part five (the viaduct)', 2011
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pace – part 5 (the viaduct)
2011

Title:
pace part 5 (the viaduct)

Year:
2011

Running time:
3 minutes, 45 seconds

Location:
London, UK

Format:
HD digital film, colour with sound

The Artist choreographs a series of movements based on the imposing architecture of a disused viaduct in London. She performs these movements inside one of the viaduct’s monolithic arches, in a bid to propose a new image of this forgotten space.

She designs and builds a ‘Camera Harness Mechanism’ to allow cameras to perch on
each shoulder, recording and revealing hidden parts of the viaduct as the choreography is performed. Simultaneously they narrate notions of size, form and architectural rhythm.

Essentially, the artist’s body becomes a spatial viewing device through which she communicates and projects renewed ideas about the viaduct’s architecture.


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