Beginning with a quiet river study of film movement and time, we extend ourselves bodily across a landscape through accumulation. A politicised desert landscape of power and conflict emerges, giving way to an abstracted metaphysical sense of moving presence. We explore the snow-covered world of Derek Jarman’s Dungeness, then traverse the space between nature and technology, analogue and digital. In the end, a blind predator dreams through its prey’s eyes. See below for full programme details.

  • Robert Todd will be present for an audience Q&A.

    Saturday 27th October, 10am
    Heart of Hawick, Tower Mill

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