We are thrilled to share a video piece by long time client and friend Jyll Bradley, this film-portrait describes a day in the life of the sculpture ‘Brigitte’ designed by Bradley, and fabricated by Darbyshire. The sculpture consists of an array of edge lit acrylic strips, housed in an aluminium and oak casing, the cases also contain LEDs which illuminate the sculpture at night.
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, Kent 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