University of Hertfordshire

Camerawork: Framing Labour

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Lynne Marsh - Speaker

“Camerawork: Framing Labour” discusses the video installation works “Camera Opera”, filmed in a TV studio and an installation from “The Philharmonie Project (Nielsen Symphony No. 5)”, filmed from the video production studio of a philharmonic concert hall. This grouping brings together artworks that are re-working, or interfering with, the production of filming events for pubic dissemination. ‘Camerawork’: refers to the performance of the camera, the way in which it frames and distributes experience. ‘Framing Labour’ refers to the way in which the installations re-contextualize the work (or performance) of people who work in the production of televisual images –the production of productions. Through artistic intervention and the re-framing of the ‘behind the scenes’ -new events or situations emerge in the installations.
24 Oct 2013

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NameAgnes Etherington Art Centre and Queen’s University
CityKingston
Country/TerritoryCanada

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ID: 11624578