“Through my art, I hope to share a different view of the city with my audiences and to encourage them to enjoy parts of it that they might have overlooked. We can actually slow down, and I want viewers to know that in doing so, they can begin see the city in a different light.”
“I think that there is something about reading and listening that is quite individual. It’s not quite a shared space. Even though the sound occupies a shared space, what gets absorbed into one’s mind is unique. The viewer is shaped by their own baggage, history and memories.”
“Restoration is not about enhancing or improving sound or an image by making it more beautiful. It’s about bringing it as close to the originally intended screen projection as possible.”
As the festive season draws closer, we’re rounding up the year with an iconic carol — The Twelve Days of Christmas. In order to help everyone remember the order in which the gifts are given, we thought we’d pair the every line from the carol up with an artwork.