Requiem for a Hammock

Requiem for a Hammock from Susie Alderman on Vimeo. Furthering development from my previous pieces, Silent Recollections and Warm Tea, Requiem for a Hammock explores the notion of ‘Where I’m From’ through a gentle reminiscent quality and yearning for the simplicity of the past. The first half of this piece manipulates time and creates aContinue reading “Requiem for a Hammock”

Circadian Rhythms

Artist Statement: In this work I have explored motion and its relation to the human body by rendering the film to portray circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythms can be best described as the biological processes that drive an endogenous 24 hour cycle between drowsiness and alertness at regular intervals. Working primarily with footage of the human body inContinue reading “Circadian Rhythms”

Silent Recollections

The central intention for this piece was to capture the quiet, monotonous elements of reminiscence which make up my memories of childhood. These memories are derived from growing up in a very quiet, slow town, and are fundamental in representing where I’m from; who I am. Rather than focusing on physical location, I have triedContinue reading “Silent Recollections”