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Ellis Scheer Though I usually work with still images, with ‘Bingewatch’, I aimed to go against the static to reflect upon the act of watching television and on its fastpaced, superficial content. In my practice I use drawing as a tool to question what it is that makes an image filmic, using frozen movie frames and referring to the fleetingness of their cinematic origin. As part of a generation that binge-watches television series, I’m fascinated by the screens we look at all day and the fictional worlds they offer access into.

Binge-watch Self-adhesive window film and TV monitor, 2018 e.scheer0720171@arts.ac.uk

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Against Static Brochure  

This is the exhibition brochure for Against Static, an exhibition curated by Tania Kovats at Wimbledon Space 15-23 March 2018

Against Static Brochure  

This is the exhibition brochure for Against Static, an exhibition curated by Tania Kovats at Wimbledon Space 15-23 March 2018

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