Conceived and curated the film project 101 for which artists were invited to produce works to the constraint of 101 seconds (1’41”) duration, and that they be silent. Initially 23 screen works were realised and shown at The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds in 2010. The project was expanded to 101 films by 42 different artists, these works included animation, live action, sequential stills, written text and computer-generated image.
The set was presented as an installation at The Lab Gallery, New York. The films were screened in random sequence on numerous monitors positioned throughout the Gallery, and each shown sequentially as a large projection. The display could be viewed from the street through the Gallery’s extensive glass windows 24 hours a day. The participating artists were:
Charlotte Andrews, John Archer, Louise Atkinson, Joseph Cutts, Sara Dell’Onze, Claire Deniau, Manya Donaque, Georgia Elizey and Tim Riley, Warren Garland, Clara Glyn, Tim Goffe, Judy Goldhill, Joanna Greenhill, Jane Grisewood, Joanna Hill, Lilian Igbinosun, Ingrid Jenson, Carl Jaycock, Kurt Johannessen, Paul Jones, Sean Kaye and Jenny West, Noe Kidder, Sharon Kivland, Ron Lapid, Philip Lee, Simon Lewandowski, Toby Lloyd, Sophie Loss, John McDowall, Katherine Melancom, Steve Perfect, Veronica Perez Karleson, Christina Reading, Lucy Reynolds, Rekha Sameer, Carl Slater, Chris Taylor, Susan Trangmar, Cally Trench and Helen Wood.
Prior to the exhibitions some of the artists gathered in London to view and discuss the works in progress.