Joanna Hill, Pomegranates (2007), 3-screen video projection
Joanna Hill, Oysters (2008), 3-screen video projection
Some things are timeless, they exist with some sort of constancy, in a world around them that changes. I feel that these timeless qualities and experiences connect the past with the present and the future.
I primarily work in moving image. In recent works I've been taking still life painting as a starting point: the material base of life that is constantly overlooked. Working with food, objects, acts and gesture to reflect an interior world of feelings, experience and memory.
I aim to make some transformation and create a contemporary reading of the issues at play. I am interested in the relationship between still and moving, and how this reflects and influences our perception of time and space and create a space for projection or reverie. It is my desire to keep the viewer in a state of being and take pleasure in the moment. The work is slow. I would like to still time then let it gently nudge on.
It is my intention that this moving image is present like a painting, not viewed like a film or something on television.
At home at Maddox Arts, London (March 2009).
Joanna Hill's conversations and interactions101
Painting and Moving Image
Alex at Blue Fin
Discussion at Mary's
Forum at Joanna's
Messy Hair 101
Remarkable Bookshelf 2
Remarkable Shed Party