Tereza Stehlikova talks about her ongoing Ophelia project featuring a character who became trapped inside a virtual world during the pandemic.
Adonia Bouchehri talks about the potential of moving image to create in-between-spaces where lived and imagined experiences meet.
Lee Campbell shares his journey of using the ‘rip’ as a way of re-engaging with past work and past selves during the pandemic.
Léna Lewis-King explores the tensions between the concrete and the virtual in her work as a way of confronting patriarchal perspectives.
Georgie Brinkman reflects on human/non-human collaboration through the making of her recent video installation.
Graeme Cole proposes a curriculum for a new filmmaking school which champions the amateur and the absurdist over the professional.
21 Reflections On Creativity and Cinema, by Daniel & Clara.