Peacock Lee

Peacock Lee
Deborah Bower
7'09'' scratch cameraless colour
2011 | Berlin, Germany
Punto y Raya Festival 2011

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Made from piles of luscious colour gels, "Peacock Lee" was cut, stuck and manipulated into 16mm film. A fiddly effort to make a colour explosion collage with a totally handmade technique making cameras and the darkroom redundant.


The film is cut to the soundtrack of 'Weapons Destruction' by Warm Digits (UK).


Author
Deborah Bower
Deborah Bower

Birkenhead, UK


Deborah Bower is an artist, film enthusiast and zine maker. She helped make the ever expanding Star and Shadow Cinema and works in the darkroom that she helped create there. She is a member of the Film Bee collective, making experimental celluloid films collaboratively with other members. In her individual art practice she works primarily with film and printmaking.


Lives in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.   +info