Pelican’s Blood, 2024


Pelican’s blood, 2024 We follow a girl, early twenties, up a station platform; her blonde hair plaited, ringed by a garland of flowers. She checks her smartphone screen as she walks ahead, her heavy costume: living embroidery, alive with roses. Next to her, a young man in rounded glasses, the contemporary imagination of a 19th

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The Fictional, 2024


In William Gibson’s novel, The Peripheral, parts of a depopulated future London transform into anachronistic recreations of the past for the benefit of tourists. Around them, despite a catastrophic collapse of society, the structures of embedded establishment persist; white stone edifices impervious to the re-ordering of reality. In our present, the ethical framework of the

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The Pilgrimage, 2024


‘The Pilgrimage: A Psychogeography of Loss.’ Published by Private Photo Review, France, 27 January 2024. Read more…. The Pilgrimage – a farewell journey to friend’s eternity.  

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Patriarchal Sabbath (2023)


Patriarchal Sabbath is an allegory of resistance against gender inequality. Women must unleash themselves from the “male-shaped symbolic order.” Contemporary, atheistic, consumer societies are, at heart, the same as religious theocracies; all good people, still controlled by patriarchal coding. Violence and abuse against women remains endemic. Sex, services, and supply; this is what the system

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Nostalgia (2022/23)


NOSTALGIA tells the story of an immigrant’s remembrance of a life disrupted by war. Cold earth and blackened gun-metal. Taking with you only the most precious and essential. Cast alone amongst thousands; forced, overnight, to leave their home, their family, their animals, and the places they love; fractious, precarious, putting their lives in the hands

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The Truth (2020-2021)


The Truth, 2020-2021 London’s Diary on Covid-19 pandemic. Read more… The Truth; Quarantine in London: Living together but apart by Monika K. Adler Read more…

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