Although most of my video work I consider to be collaborative - these are artist collaborations where we’ve combined our interests to create a new piece. Often very different from what we may have produced alone.
A Trip to the Moon
Collaborative event with Karen David
To coincide with ASC Gallery's Without Shores 2014 exhibition and ArtLicks Weekend, Katie Goodwin & Karen David collated a multi-sensory journey to the moon through found film footage creating an eclectic tour of over a century of lunar trips on screen from the trippy to the funny to the scary to the super-slick.
The Brain Eaters
Live sound & film performance with Rachel Lancaster
12min live foley performance with video projection.
Inspired whilst making the Small Wonders with retired microbiologist Terence Preston, Goodwin discovered there is a rare form of deadly meningitis caused by inhaling parasitic brain eating amoebae often caused by swimming in infected lakes or pools. The Brain Eaters, a collaborative project with Rachel Lancaster, is a live foley performance to found footage from sci-fi b-grade horror films and underwater footage.
It was first performed at C Projects in December 2013 in a domestic setting a testing ground for new experimental work and then at Small Wonders, a solo show at Bohunk Institute, and in Goodwin & Lancaster’s duo show at Tyneside Cinema Gallery, both in summer 2015.
FilmFan (1963-1983) 2012
HD Video with audio
Film Fan (1963-1983) 2012 is a collaborative film project with Alex March made using donated and found domestic 8mm film footage. The medium was popular during the 1960s to early 1980s and was superceded by video. The film provides an insight into family life in that era.
Our tumblr site shows the background of the creative process : super8filmfan.tumblr.com/
The film was first exhibited at Bearspace in the Odds Against Tomorrow series in 2012 in an installation alongside some C-type prints. The video has also screened at at the Edinburgh Fringe Film Festival 2013 and as part of the London Short Film Festival, ICA & Stratford Picturehouse in 2014.
Odds Against Tomorrow D showcase at Bearspace gallery, Deptford.
FilmFan - Girl with Pink Swim Hat (Detail) C-type Photograph available from Alex March and Katie Goodwin. 4 others in the series. If interested in sales please contact artists directly.
Collaborative 16mm film project with animator Susan Young. Shot on 1st May 2014 the tradition of Jack in the Green.
Green In Between
Video with Christina Bryant
Christina Bryant & Katie Goodwin made this film for Orbital London, a short film festival, about a journey through the peripheries of London. Our route was North East and the rules were we had to start at Turnpike Lane and finish at QE2 Bridge, Purfleet and it had to be under 3 minutes. We decided to just film the parks in between the grey that you don't normally experience whilst travelling through the city. It was a fun challenge and was screened at The Silver Cloud Gallery in London in July 2011.