Charlotte ProdgerScotland + Venice 2019: Charlotte Prodger, 2019

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Dates of the full Scottish tour:

The UK premiere on Thursday 27 June at The Tower Digital Arts Centre coincided with the launch of a limited edition print by Prodger. Each screening included a short trailer documenting the project development made by Connolly Clark Film and was followed by a talk with the curators and participants involved in the Professional Development Programme.


Charlotte Prodger was born in Bournemouth, UK in 1974. She studied at Goldsmiths, London and The Glasgow School of Art. Prodger’s preoccupation with perspective, framing and the physicality of the camera as a sculptural device is expanded in SaF05. Film industry cameras, static camera traps, drones and small handheld devices such as Prodger’s smartphone are each used for their inherent material properties. The effects and affects of these technologies are reverberated in the voiceover’s references to optical devices, while vibrating frequencies – bagpipe drone, cicada mating call, battery alarm – form aural equivalences between animal and human, instrument and machine.