Factory Art Education  


A wry critique on the language used in the sale of ‘one-size-fits-all’ education.

Exhibited in SUPERNORMAL In Motion Open Call 2.9, Singapore, 28th July 2018.

Preview it here: https://vimeo.com/277187789
Password: arteducation 

Art Direction, Moving Images, Set Design


TO THE POWER OF

John Bringwolves Sound Designer
Claudia Edwards Set Assistant
Nicole Jesse Script
Nabila Rouabah Voice


Unseen


A commentary on the social and humane issues surrounding the garment production process. Through the study of the hand movement of a garment worker, it seeks to highlight the loss of appreciation for the craft that produces the cheap, fast fashion we love. Using sound design as a narrative tool, the film draws comparisons of the labour of a garment worker to the machine to illustrate the widening gap between projected beauty of the craft and the reality of the garment factory.

Art Direction, Moving Images, Set Design 


TO THE POWER OF

Louisiane Trotobas Co-Creator
Marie Chitu Co-Creator
Peikai Tan Sound Engineer


Dual       


A moving image piece inspired by two costumes designed and made by costume designer, Phoebe Chan which explores the difficulties of growing up as a first generation immigrant of East-Asian Descent in Brisbane, Australia. The frustration of this mixed cultural identities are represented by a diverse group of individuals of East-Asian descent. Although bounded together by the same pressures of cultural expectations (i.e. the 'expiration’ date of a single women in East Asian society and standards of beauty) and the oppressive nature of the western male gaze, these women are proof that these expectations are but just stereotypes, waiting to be challenged and dispelled.

Screenings
16th August at ICA London, United Kingdom
ICA’s Self-Protection Manifesto Launch.

9th November at York, United Kingdom
Aesthetica Film Festival 2018

Art Direction and Casting


TO THE POWER OF

Afra Zamara Co-Director
Carmen Pellon Cinematographer
Phoebe Chan Costume Designer
Kahina Yahi Lamblin Editor
John Bringwolves Sound Designer
Philipp Morozov Colourist
Jack Hamilton Gaffer


Digital—Print


Reflecting on man’s endless invention replicating human movements, we imagined ourselves inside a digital printer and wondered what it might look like with human hands replacing the mechanic arms of a printer.

Art Direction, Moving Images, Set Design


TO THE POWER OF

Louisiane Trotobas Co-Creator

Analog + Automatic


A tongue in cheek challenge of the notion that robots are better than humans at most thing.

Art Direction, Moving Images, Set Design


TO THE POWER OF

Louisiane Trotobas Co-Creator