Film Loop, Three Channel Installation
Gauge was filmed on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic, on sea ice. As the monumental ice walls rise and fall upwards of 30ft due to the tidal movement of the sea, visual narratives were created using natural food colouring, that came and went with the tides. The 10 minute installation comprises of three screens each on a separate wall, with a 5.1 audio sound track of experimental noise music by composer Raven Chacon from PostCommodity.
'Gauge' has been exhibited at: Urban Shaman Gallery, Winnipeg 2017, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Boulder, 2017, Lightening Speak: Solo and Collaborative Works of Raven Chacon, University of New Mexico Art Gallery, 2016, Flow Edge: New art and collaborations from the north, AXENE07, Gatineau, PQ, 2016, Flow Edge: New art and collaborations from the north, Canada House Trafalgar Square, London, 2016, Nuit Blanche Toronto 2015, TIFF Bell LightBox
Collaboration with Artists: The three visual artists are; Danny Osborne, Alexa Hatanaka and Patrick Thompson (PA System), Raven Chacon is a composer of chamber music and a performer of experimental noise music. Filmed by Sarah McNair-Landry and Eric McNair-Landry. Photography by Erik Boomer.
We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Canada Art Council and Nunavut Film.
Souvenirs of the Creation, 2018
6.5 minute film loop installation, filmed by Geraldine Osborne,
Edited by Aoife Carey with additional camera by Orla Osborne, Danny Osborne and Gerry Wardell.