Interviewed by Guy Wood
The most defined part of my practise that is X-Arts is my work in live settings with mixed disciplines, as an artist filmmaker X-Arts becomes it’s own terminology.
I am an artist filmmaker, which is a useful term because of the kinds of film I make which aren’t particularly conventional that are shown in art spaces, cinemas and festivals that are sympathetic to experimental films practises and I work with musicians in a live context.
I don’t know if my practise is X-Arts, filmmaking by definition is collaborative. What’s more of a x-arts approach is my work in live video performance.
Realising that it is not just about you.