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Plot, Julia Dogra-Brazell. Super 8/DV, Colour/black & white, Sound, 4 min, 38 sec, UK, 2006 Julia Dogra-Brazell’s Plot, assembles an interlaced bricolage of visual and auditory elements, that form together without any obvious narrative scheme or chronology to create a smooth continuous mnemonic frieze that works to produce a forever delayed sensation of reverie. Plot spins out a web of minor intrigues and false narrative trails, that invites us to wander within its intricate arcadian structure. Julia Dogra-Brazell recently screened work at the Serpentine Gallery, London, the International Festival of Cinema and Technology, Seattle, the Louise T. Blouin Foundation, London, the Smith Street Gallery, Melbourne, Paperveins Museum of Art, New York and at the Lux Salon, London. She was born in the United Kingdom and lives and works in London. DVD 2 includes the featurette 'Interview with Julia Dogra-Brazell' with Anna Thew and Helen de Witt, directed by Gordon Shrigley.
|Date Published||15 Dec 2008|
|Publisher||Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory|