FURNITURE OF MY IMAGINATION


Artist Moving Image | 16mm | 4:3




A study of solitude as a medicinal melancholy, a vehicle for introspection and reflection. Focussing on my father, the film’s images were born from our relationship with this interior and exterior state of being.

The film was made in response to 18th-century diary excerpts provided by Warwick University-based researcher Dr Naomi Pullin. The title was taken from a poem by diarist Gertrude Saville.

Commissioned by Coventry Creates
Funded by Arts Council England


Mark