The Lords, Notes on Vision; Scotland's Secret Bunker
Tommy Becker, Anne Colvin and Meredyth Sparks present video, photography, text and sound notes. Each artist samples words, images, voice and ideas into a volume of frenetic new sets.
Meredyth pulls apart the images she works with whether it's a photograph of The Band or a New Order album cover. Patches of glitter and strips of aluminum tape reveal unexpected new spaces within the frame. By creating her own extended language, Meredyth crafts a dialogue bringing into relief the unspoken relationship.
"Anne's work extends single moments of time, in effect punctuating an event from its temporal location and magnifying certain psychological aspects of the characters. Segments of film, audio or image are made eventful through Colvin's temporal conceit; abbreviated scenes become a preoccupation, unfinished thoughts run on repeat." - Meredyth Sparks
Tommy Becker's live installation puts him on repeat play; a continuous loop of five short excerpts from Tape Number One, "an ongoing project that strives for an unforeseeable conclusion." Tommy's performance is like a slap in the face, an adrenaline rush, a drop of rain and a ray of sunshine.
Scotland's Secret Bunker