Missing Derek at Plymouth Arts Weekender

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Benthic Caress at Plymouth Arts Weekender

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On Location at Plymouth Arts Weekender

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DRHA 2017 DataAche conference paper

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DRHA Radiant DataAche Exhibition

31 Days - photo © Alex Neville

Being Human at AWE

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Our films 31 Days and Measure are screening at PS45 (which used to be Spacex Gallery) Preston Street, Exeter from 13 – 21 May during Arts Week Exeter.

Details here

Bath Spa paper

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Kayla and Stuart had a great day at Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene symposium at Bath Spa’s Media Convergence Research Centre. We met some lovely people and presented a joint paper 'On Location: Developing an Eco-sensitive Cinema’.

Soundart Radio - Artists Walking Ep1

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Our
Maelstrom research project began with a field trip to the location, when we walked to the end of Devil's Point and recorded our conversation by the sea: broadcast as part of the Art Dot Earth programme Artists Walking Episode 1 with Richard Povall and Laura Denning on Soundart Radio (2 March 2017).

Moving Image Arts exhibition

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Kayla’s On Location and Stuart’s One Second a Day and 31 Days were selected by Lucieta Williams, the curator of the Moving Image Art exhibition at Bristol’s Centrespace Gallery 24 – 28 February 2017.

31 Days in Berlin

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31 Days screened in British Shorts Lichtspielklub Short Film Festival, ‘Selected Films’ exhibition programme; Sputnik Kinobar, Berlin (12 to 18 January 2017) read more...

On Location in Arts Centre cinema

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Artist’s film capturing a year in the life of a Devon hollow way exhibited at Plymouth Arts Centre till 19 January 2017


A new digital film directed by Sundog Media’s Kayla Parker, a practice-researcher at Plymouth University, is currently being screened at Plymouth Arts Centre as part of its exhibition programme of artists’ film. The exhibition 
On Location: Kayla Parker presents the twelve minute film on continuous play in the cinema, enabling audiences to experience the seasonal changes and meteorological phenomena over a twelve month period, captured through successive field trips to a sunken lane in a remote area of rural Devon.  read more...

LSFF screens 31 Days

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31 Days was selected for the London Short Film Festival 2017 in the experimental Celluloid Traces programme. Festival director Philip Ilson introduces the programme in the picture above. read more...