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  • Artwork - Kayla Parker - White Body - 2009 

    Parker, K (LSE Sociology Department, London School of Economics, 2015-04-01)
    The figure of a small white doll grows from a ball of modelling clay, is cut and sewn shut, and then buried and ‘reborn’, among a nest of white granulated sugar and the dark stain of slut’s wool – the fluffy dust that ...
  • Co-creating in the landscape with Dominica Williamson 

    Parker, K (Plymouth UniversityPlymouth, 2016-08-30)
    A response to the #tagscape project led by Dominica Williamson, Leverhulme Artist-in-residence with the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Plymouth University. Essay for #tagscape exhibition publication, ...
  • Edge of Frame 

    Parker, K; Moore, S
    Film programme includes Kayla Parker's 16mm direct animation film created by burying 16mm filmstrips in the mud of the banks of the Tamar, allowing the river to ‘make the film’ through the movements of its tidal waters ...
  • Edge of Frame Weekend 

    Parker, K
    The opening programme, 'Elemental Animation', features Kayla Parker's 35mm film Sunset Strip: "A programme of works which use the material of film itself as a canvas. These visceral, vibrant films feature camera-less ...
  • Glass 

    Parker, K (2010-02-03)
    Micro and macroscopic animation of glass fragments found along the strandline of an urban beach. This practice-as-research mediates Luce Irigaray’s writing about the feminine through close examination and play with glass ...
  • Living Film: Films, Installations and Performances 

    Parker, K; Moore, S
    The event presented Kayla Parker's video essay Her Dark Materials (2013), which reflects on the artist's engagement with film materiality and the materials of film-making. Includes extracts from direct animation artworks, ...
  • Maelstrom: The Return 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (2014-11-25)
    The first in a series of films inspired by the turbulent waters of Devil’s Point, Plymouth. Mysterious upwellings and whirlpools combine with cinematic memories of long-forgotten arrivals and departures. The swirling ...
  • Making Glass 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (University of Winchester PressWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchester, 2012-11)
    In this practice-led exploration of modalities of écriture féminine, I map the shifting subjectivities generated by Glass, a stop-motion animation that performs femininity through close examination and play with glass ...
  • One Minute volume 8 

    Parker, K
    Collection of artists' moving image, curated by Kerry Baldry, which includes Night Sounding, the 16mm film made by Kayla Parker. An aural and visual sounding from the shoreline of an industrial, fishing and military port, ...
  • Reading silence: a performance with film and light 

    Parker, K
    Projections of absence and presence, the dreams and memories of my mother, an usherette, and her mother, a seamstress, in the silent space between.
  • Shedding Light 

    Parker, K
    Programme of artists' moving image which includes the 35mm film 'Sunset Strip' by Kayla Parker. A day-by-day animated diary of a year's sunsets, recorded directly onto a continuous strip of 35mm film using a variety of ...
  • A State of Un-Play 

    Parker, K
    Exhibition exploring games, rules, rituals, and philosophic investigations, curated by Diana Ali
  • White Body: animating feminine pleasure 

    Parker, K (Brunel University, West LondonBritain, 2011)
    Following Luce Irigaray’s perspective that “femininity’ ... may be recovered only in secret, in hiding’ (1985a: 30), my paper investigates the relationship between the moving image screen, feminine pleasure and the body, ...

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