Tony McClure

I’m interested in experimental situations with time-based media & film, drawing on Japanese philosophy, static cinema, the use of light and ephemeral technologies & materials to inform my practice. I’m intrigued by the poetry of momentary, transient beauty and experiential event, questioning the encounter between affect, moving image and installation. I’m interested in the absence of matter in the making of image, and the complexity with which time & space are constructed. My work intends to be open-ended; there is a temporal component to its process & reception where its operation rests with the cumulative experience of the viewer.