A film by Jyll Bradley with Thierry Bal
Brigitte is a film portrait of a new colourfield sculpture by Jyll Bradley. The sculpture, mounted on the south facing wall of Strange Cargo Arts in Cheriton, was filmed over the course of 24 hours using time-lapse photography and captures the changes brought about in the work through the movement of the sun as well as the surrounding world in which it resides. Brigitte represents a ‘day in the life’ of a work of art.
HD Video, Stereo Sound
4 minutes, 40 seconds
Produced by Jyll Bradley
Photography/Videography: Thierry Bal
Sound: Jyll Bradley
Editor: Will Martin
Sound Editor: Adele Fletcher
Film colourist: Edwin Ingram, Tapestry
Sculpture: ‘Brigitte’ by Jyll Bradley, commissioned by Strange Cargo for Cheriton Light Festival 2016, work fabricated by Darbyshire Framemakers
Thanks to: Brigitte Orasinski and all at Strange Cargo Arts Company, Cheriton, Kent; Charlotte Hoyes; Richard Cramp; Dave Thompson of Thompsons Garage; Steph Shelford and Tilly the dog.