|Genres||Documentary History Short|
Louis Henderson (creator)
|Runtime||22 min, UK:21 min|
|Awards||2011 International Film Festival Rotterdam|
|Plot||A Walk With Nigel is a video essay that constructs a dialogue between two artists from two different times, between movement and stillness, between speech and silence. An archaeological study of a community, reawakening the archive in the present. A materialistic study of streets and social relations. This is a two screen video made about the photographic work of the late artist Nigel Henderson. Re-visiting the same locations within which Nigel Henderson originally shot a series of photographs in the 1950s in East London, Louis Henderson creates a response to these photographs and locations on video in the present. The video is presented alongside the original photographs, forming a dialectical collage of a temporal/imagistic nature, combined with a voice-over created from fragments of text found in the Nigel Henderson collection in the Tate Gallery Archive. A Walk With Nigel is the continuation of certain aesthetic and political ideas creating, through historical understanding, the afterlife of a body of work.... see A Walk with Nigel on IMDb|
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