Elizabeth McAlpine’s work explores the two essential elements of all film: light and time. This exhibition brings together her 8mm sculptural film works that physically mark the passage of time. Square Describing a Circle (10th May) was filmed using a square stencil during a 12-hour day. The result is a flickering square beam of light, following the movement of the sun, which, when rotated references a circle. Tilt (in 6 Parts) is composed of six projectors, projecting six white frames punctuated by colour every sixth of the way through the film.
1—31 March 2012
Reg Vardy Gallery, Sunderland
Curated as part of AV Festival 12: As Slow As Possible