The Other Side of Now



“It is easier to imagine the end of the world than – this” The opening line of the poem touches on words by Fredric Jameson that it is easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism.


The 16mm film evokes the everyday-ness of life in the abandoned public spaces of the present-day city, colonised by nature and wakening to new possibilities after the long period of pandemic. Erased by the ebb and flow of urban regeneration, these repurposed sites are resonant with the city’s histories, rewilded by visions from past and possible futures.

Poem spoken by Ruth Mitchell.


A Creative Associates project for the Sustainable Earth Institute, University of Plymouth.



Petrichor explores the analogy between the degradation of nature and the experience of helplessness as part of human consciousness. Heavily inspired by experimental documentaries and ethnographic films, I focused on combining images of locations and objects that have been discarded and disregarded with the stories and memories of incarcerated women. The sound design, which incorporates not only the voices of the women but also archibal voicemails and recordings, completes the impression of a removed and haunting filmic reality that encapsulates the notions of loss and hope.



Somnambulistic circus Ribera & Velazquez welcomes everyone to the show “Merry-Go-Round”, where shadows that escaped the Platonic cave turn the carousel in the foggy catacombs.


Producers: Ihor Dyurych, Liliya Mlynarych, Sergiy Nedzelskyy, Maxim Asadchiy

Director of Photography:  Serhiy Mykhalchuk

Art Director: Svitlana Makarenko

Music: Oleksandr Shchetynsky


Two Videos by Carl Knickerbocker


Visual account of an audio visit to a convenience store.



I got Apple TV. Periscope came free. I got a little infatuated with Periscope. Made this short. On separate evenings recorded visual then audio Periscope broadcasts.


The Whole Speaks

An experimental documentary about a modern-day blacksmith and wordsmith, Nelms Creekmur. A text excerpt from his novel, NERBO (from the Italian meaning vigor) provides the backbone for the placement of the moving images, which were shot in his workshop in Atlanta.


Video by Caroline Rumley

Text by Nelms Creekmur


The Word of Several Million Years

A meditation on shifting ideas of being home: where it begins and ends. Of being right and wrong: how we lie about the difference.


Animation, music, and sound by Morgan Joseph Hamilton