The Cave Mouth and the Giant Voice is a new installation by Rupert Cox and Angus Carlyle that participates in the Staging Disorder exhibition at London College of Communication, curated by Esther Teichmann and Christopher Stewart and running from the 26th of January until 12th of March. Presented as a ten minute single screen and multichannel work, it explores the memory of Okinawan islander Yogi-San of his experiences sheltering from the 1945 US Naval bombardment - the 'typhoon of steel'. The words onscreen combine Yogi-San's testimony - a full transcript of which is available in the exhibition guide - with a pared down commentary.
A short text piece that is part of the work-in-progress for Sea Songs. You can read the text here. The text is effectively a commentary ('audio description') on early rushes for the film that were presented at the Utopgraphies 0.2 symposium at Chelsea College of Art.
My essay "To Do Lists / Listenwissenschaft" has been published in Axel Stockburger's Blockbuster. The book is a beguiling synopsis of where Stockburger's work has taken him with texts and images, hard thought and easy humour. It's very worth ordering here.