Somewhere else

Lam, Audrey and De Bruyn, Dirk 2016, Somewhere else, Green Papaya Projects, Quezon City, Philippines, 2016/02/24 - 2016/02/24, Quezon City, Philippines, Green Papaya Art Projects.

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Title Somewhere else
Creator(s) Lam, Audrey
De Bruyn, Dirk
Conference, exhibition or event name Somewhere Else. Exhibition (2016 : Quezon City, Philippines)
Conference, exhibition or event location Green Papaya Projects, Quezon City, Philippines
Conference, exhibition or event dates 2016/02/24 - 2016/02/24
Publication date 2016
Description of resource Screening of films by Audrey Lam and Dirk de Bruyn
Publisher Green Papaya Art Projects
Place of publication Quezon City, Philippines
Summary Faraways, 2012, 10 minMagic Miles, 2014, 15 minTelescope, 2013, 80 minAudrey Lam's films follow people in situations and places familiar to her, them and others they know. Sometimes moments and landscapes are revisited in some way to remember thoughts and time missed.Telescope is a time-lapse of reflections, changes in sunlight of Dirk de Bruyn’s backyard, assembled over 20 years. Telescope starts in Super 8 and ends with digital video, shot mostly while his family were themselves at work, somewhere else. It is an emptied landscape.Audrey Lam was born in Hong Kong and lives in Australia. She studied film and photography at Queensland College of Art. She has participated in art festivals including Next Wave, Otherfilm and Yebisu, and her films have screened at film festivals in London, Rotterdam and Oberhausen. Her work often builds on shared experiences, re-chronicling everyday encounters to reflect on the nuances of place and belonging. She has been developing new work during her Asialink arts residency at Green Papaya Art Projects.Dirk de Bruyn was born in the Netherlands and migrated with his family to Australia in 1958 as young child. He has made numerous experimental, documentary and animation films, videos and performance and installation work over the last 40 years. He was a founding member and past president of MIMA (Experimenta). His book The Performance of Trauma in Moving Image Art was published in 2014.
Language eng
Field of Research 190201 Cinema Studies
Socio Economic Objective 950204 The Media
HERDC Research category J1 Major original creative works
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