Millennium Survey: Adele Horne
Millennium Film Journal, Spring/Summer 2009, no. 51, pp. 29-30
A short piece written by Adele Horne explaining her three different modes of work in film and video: observational, essayistic, and visual exploration around a subject.
Each mode suits a different purpose or situation and creates a different mood in the art produced. Observational work allows for storytelling about characters, situations and political dynamics. Essay work gives Horne the power to delve into complexities in a way that is unique to that mode. Visual exploration work is characterized as a deep form of looking, solitary during its making, then shared with others upon completion.
Horne gives examples of each of these methodological strands in her recent and upcoming works.
ITEM 2009.165 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
15 Experiments on Peripheral Vision – Adele Horne
The Image World – Adele Horne
Playas – Adele Horne
El Cielo Gira/The Sky Turns – Mercedes Alvarez
Czech Dream – Vit Klusak and Filip Remuda