Made during isolation in early 2020 this film evolved from a personal ritual, meditating upon a stone through repetitive drawing, bringing one back into the intimate interior world of the self as a place for rest and reflection. The Stone
compiles 80 drawn studies made during this time, then filmed on the windows of four temporary homes inhabited in isolation during the early days of the pandemic. These drawings, threaded together incidentally and combined with layers of film from time previously spent across continents breathed life into a stone, and an animation blossomed. The sound, played on prepared/electric guitar, was made in response to the drawings and the conversations shared between the artists whilst the work was in process.
Over a period of a month the artist will use Cable Depot as a project space, inviting collaborators for conversations on intimacy through various forms, sound, movements, mark making and text, ending with a communal meal.
Meghana Bisineer is an Indian born artist, curator and educator.
Making drawings, animations, films and installations, her work is shown internationally; across galleries, artist-lead spaces and international film festivals. Life and work is made between Oakland, CA, London, UK, and Bangalore, India.
Charlotte Law is an interdisciplinary artist and musician from Dartmoor, currently based in London, whose sensual, de-creative and durational acts inform a lyrical practice that is led by the landscape.