2016 / 9 minutes

Directed by
Trevor H. J. Marchand
Country of production
United Kingdom

Andrew Omoding is a Ugandan-British artist. Andrew enters into partnership with his materials, allowing their sensible properties to guide his exploratory gestures and fingerwork. In stitching and suturing multiple layers of cloth, cord, ribbon and other found items, he transforms flat canvases into undulating topographies of colour and texture. Snags are smoothly absorbed into the rhythm and tempo of Andrew’s work. The film documents the ways that this London-based artist, with a spectrum of learning challenges, creates relations between otherwise disparate things, drawing them together into new constellations of meaning that are forever becoming, without fixed starting points or conclusions.

In the 2017 RAI Film Fest
Language and subtitles
Location(s) depicted
ActionSpace Studio in Cockpit Arts ACAVA Studio London (UK)