‘A Hundred Parts, A Hundred Faces’
A series of moving image works that draw from a personal archive of moving image and diary texts, vibrant moments from everyday life.
The films’ titles and texts draw from the essays of Montaigne, one of the most influential writers of the 16th century, who tried to create an honest self-portrait including all the strengths, weaknesses, fears and joys of his daily life experiences.
Music by Dirty Three, with kind permission of Warren Ellis
Supported by Arts Council, England
Camera and director of photography: Nichola Bruce
Performer in white: Rebecca E Marshall
Production designer: Jane Bruce
Construction: Jack Dewsbury
Filmed at: Cave Studio and Lightfoot Studio, Hastings, England.