Sunday, July 20, 2008


Over the course of 2008, the Memory Pool pieces continue to be shown extensively, with a selection of work shown on the BBC Big Screen in Liverpool during January and February. Surveil was shown by FInal Cut in Brighton in January, Flicker was included as part of Live Screen at Sadler's Wells in April, and the central section of Three Orchestral Variations is being shown as part of EDIT in Budapest in October. Trace and Splice have both been shown at a variety of festivals this year, including Dance and Media Japan in Yokohama; VideodanzaBA's touring programme in Mexico; Il Coreografo Elettronico in Naples, VDance in Tel Aviv, Xontakt in Split and Lumen Eclipse's I-Minute Film Fest in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Trace has also been shown as part of Independent Exposure's Best of 2007 programme in Houston, Texas, and at ADF's Dancing for the Camera in North Carolina in July, and at ReelDance's Sydney-based festival and touring programme, which is reviewed at RealTime85. Splice was shown as part of the South East Dance-curated Dance for Camera Shorts at British Dance Edition, Liverpool, in January, and subsequent touring programme; Moves in Manchester in April, Final Cut's screenings as part of the Brighton Festival in May, Videoholica, Varna, in August, and is being screened as part of Danca em Foco in Brazil during September and at Instants Video, Montreal and Oslo Screen Festival in October. In March, I travelled to Switzerland where the piece was awarded second prize at Gstaadfilm, and reviewed at Gstaadonline.

A final end point to the PhD came at Middlesex's Hendon Campus for graduation in July, and the process would not be complete without thanks to Professors Alexandra Carter, Christopher Bannerman and Susan Melrose, who guided through three and a half years of very intensive work.

A last entry for the Memory Trace blog, but new work and new projects can be accessed at

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