PYLON2019 - 2020
PYLON is a video mixed media installation by artist James Paddock that deals with the topic of Psychosis or precisely Schizophrenia.
Edited by James Paddock and Richard Trebilcock in 2020.
Taking the viewer on a journey with a psychotic young woman Lilly who travels on foot as a psychotic experience unravels.
The artwork uses moving image and a light touch of special audio techniques (binaural sound) to convey the psychotic experience.
Credits on pylon installation:
Director: James Paddock
Director of Photography: Rob Luckins
Sound recordist and backing track: Richard Gott
Editor: Luke Drake
Project Management: Kye Wilson
Dramaturgy: Phil Ralph
Lily: Amber Weyman
Dog Walker: Gillian Tully
Voice Over: Phil Ralph and Fern Smith
Chihuahua dog: Limoni
Dog Trainer: Corinne Annunziata
Thanks to: Celia Davies, Penny Harris, Alys Scott-Hawkins, Julian Leost, Sarah Richmond, Agata Wojcieszkiewicz and all at Drop the Mask Productions.
PYLON is supported by public funding through the National Lottery Project Grants from Arts Council England.
- Dimensions: N/A
- Contexts: Arts in health , Exhibition , Funding / Award
- Artforms: Film & video , Installation , Mixed media , Sculpture , Sound
- Tags: british artist james paddock, pylon, video art installation, installation, schizophrenia, schizophrenic, video artist, video art, london, video installation