Annette Robinson

One of three pieces I made as part of the Farringdon factory, a month long residency, during which the artists involved had unlimited access to a huge disused office space in Farringdon. This is a short section of the longer animation that was projected on site . I have added it here as it shows the beginning of the film not clear in the films of the work on site.

Turnagain is a very straightforward response to the fabric of the building and the context of the site being used as a place for moving image ( the ground floor of the building was turned into a Cinema throughout the residency)
The film is made using two forms found in the building, which when photographed appeared a little like an old movie camera. The simple irregular turning of the forms when animated became a self contained action which when projected on site drew attention to the shapes and forms of the building in a sculptural way whilst also becoming a motif for the cinema in which it was shown.

The other pieces made in response to this site were 'PO_go' and 'Up & Down & Round About '