"Made during the Wellywood boom, this project mourned the passing of an era and offered a cynical expose of “movie magic”. The gallery space became a store room for discarded props and unsold movie merchandise, while trailers for these failed horror movies loop like bad memories projected on the back wall. The media release for the show claimed that Bad Taste was the best film Peter Jackson ever made and I genuinely believe this."
Soundtrack: The Idle Suite, Double Ya D, Dragstrip, John Douglas, Bryce Galloway, Lynton Denovan
A dystopian travel diary. A point of view tour through a recently deserted city.
A teen movie genre study.
This work assumes the existence of aliens without ray guns and proposes that they are no real threat.
An exploration of the work of pioneering Hollywood animation studios: Disney, MGM, and Warner Bros.
Summer Reading Series #3: On Mike Heynes: video art, animation, and activist critique
What might Heynes’ Dr. Frankenstein-style hybrid zombie remixes of our ancient nightmares and utopian dreams of the future tell us today?