Bodyscan, 2017

Made with salvaged and discarded scraps of 35mm still photographic film, Bodyscan collects
flashes of potential image, whilst the sound waves embrace a physicality as they propagate
between viewers’ ears


... like colours felt when eyes are pressed closed with palms...


This film is part of an audiovisual collaboration between Alexandra Spence and Katrina Stamatopoulos





bodyscan, 2017
video with sound, 3 mins 38 secs
collaboration with artist Alexandra Spence









Installation view, Bodyscan at Altered States,
St John's Crypt, Waterloo, London, 2018













Transmission ring, 2015

Acknowledging and embracing the unique interactions that take place between movement/ vision,
sound/ vibration, this film is located between signals, objects and bodies that are present amongst
city spheres.

The sensations of this film travel through and amongst flesh, mechanics and ideals of beauty.
Whilst the sounds, sourced from electro-optical & electromechanical devices such as radio towers,
power stations and mobile phones, reference the elusory electromagnetic spectra of our cities.



This film is part of an audiovisual collaboration between Alexandra Spence and Katrina Stamatopoulos


Transmission ring, 2015
digital video with sound, 6 mins 44 secs
Collaboration with sound artist Alexandra Spence














WindUpBird, 2013


Built intuitively upon and in relation to its sound world, WindUp Bird is based upon found 16mm footage
that has been sourced and collected from eBay. Uncertain of its age, content and history, the correlating
films have developed into a far away journey, appearing so close as if it to be dreamt or imagined.

This film is part of an audiovisual collaboration between Alexandra Spence and Katrina Stamatopoulos



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Wind Up Bird, 2013, digitised 16mm film with sound
6 mins 35 seconds
audiovisual collaboration with Alexandra Spence










WindUpBird, installation view, gaffa, Sydney 2013
















Graphs, 2013
Super 8 film made digital with sound
collaboration with sound artist George Nicholas, 2013






 







Installation view, Rubicon ARI, Melbourne, 2013