Here is another feature on an artist in the Digital exhibition:
Dionne C. Walker is a film producer and curator with years of experience in television media production including the making of films such as Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut, Spooks and the Harry Potter series. She has developed unique programmes for both wide and niche audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. Dionne’s first prominent artistic effort was as the festival director of the inaugural Camden Film Festival: Made in Camden CNJ feature, for which she designed and programmed locally shot films including The Lady killers and cult indie Withnail and I. She has worked in partnership with Roundhouse, ICO, Odeon and MTV Europe. Walker has curated as well as participated in Waves of Protest, British Museum (2011) and Caribbean Cities: Kingston and Havana (2009). She lives and works in the United Kingdom.
About the Work
“00:15:16 is a set of hashtag GIFs representing a sense of place, examining race, class, religion and environment. They review last year’s overwhelming issue of police violence and the killing of unarmed black men in the diaspora. 00.15:16 wants to oppose the binary of #blacklivesmatter and #alllivesmatter and juxtapose the condition inside an emergency room – that is plastered with imagery of bloodiness, not white or black.”