Written on Aug, 29, 2012 by in

Robert Fludd was an English mystic. I use his name as a nom de plume when writing for the Cube Blog in order to add gravity to otherwise trivial undertakings. http://blog.cubecinema.com/category/robert-fludd/  

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Here are some frame grabs from Esther Campbells film working of a James Blackshaw track. Was shot on an Arri for first 2 days, then I used a Bolex on the last day. I will post a link to the finished piece when its available. Really happy with the results especially this shot where we crane down from high in …

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Written on Jun, 30, 2012 by in

Recently went to Cinema Nova in Bruxells. Been waiting to see this place for ten years. They were hosting a Kino Climates meeting and it was a great event with lots of meetings, dialogue, screenings and socialising.         The Kino Climates network has great potential. One thing I will be pushing now is proclaiming a ‘CELLULOID’ movement …

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‘Phantom Walls’ was the title of a piece of work I made for the gallery space run as part of my old studio building on Lower Stokes Croft. The finished installation consisted of Sculptural element, sound playback and low frequency presence. The darkened room provided an ideal setting and a false wall behind which to install the CD and cross-over …

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Written on Mar, 15, 2012 by in

Im preparing for an exhibition at the Backside Space in the motorcycle showroom. The space is a blackened room with no light. I have been preparing a vintage Vitavox N-series compression driver and a square 3 cell horn and along with a large set of legs for a 35mm camera these will constitute the sculptural parts of the sonic work. …

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This is the kit I’m currently carrying with me in Haiti. I’m here as one of a three people team from the Cube Cinema forming the current field team for HKKP. I’m planning on using the free time I have here to document what I can about the people and places we see, a people struggling to rebuild their lives …

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Heres one of two Rank Aldis 16mm portable projectors I have just acquired. Aldis Brothers were based at Hall Green In Birmingham. The Rank Organisation bought them up in the mid 1960’s. This machine is very nicely engineered and constructed which has inspired a film/sculpture work. Need to ascertain if they were made in Germany. http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/historyofhallgreen

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Written on Nov, 28, 2011 by in

We used the trapdoor on the Cube stage for Sculpture when they played as part of Encounters Film Festival on 19th Nov.

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Did Captain Zip show at the Cube using Will Pugh’s Elmo ST-1200. Looked great and sounded great as well for the sound movies Phil had made.

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