“Flat Earth is a desktop documentary, which takes the viewer on
a seven minute trip around the world so that we encounter a series
of fragments taken from real peoples’ blogs. These fragments are
knitted together to form a kind of story or singular narrative.”
from Thomson & Craighead.
Excerpt from Maya Ciarrocchi‘s single channel
video/sound installation, which plays a continuous
15 minute loop of black and white footage of New
Ciarrocchi said, “The frenetic movement of the street
is slowed to a pace where the viewer can form an intimate
relationship to the histrionics of everyday events.”
Dion Laurent’s project is a “multi-ethnic international
representation of procreation and population explosion,
increased consumerism and capitalism, and the
commodification and devastation of our natural world.”
‘In loose response to 9/11, a woman in New York talks about
her life against a backdrop of old film footage. She describes in
circuitous manner two of her ex-boyfriends who were first responders.
A pulsing beat provides the driving rhythm of urban life’.