Artist Videos

Maria Bang Espersen | Breathing

Breathing was a video I create for Maria Bang Espersen who is a glass artist. When discussing this project I did not know what to expect as I’d filmed a lot of glass demonstrations, but nothing like this. The process was Maria would take amount of glass on the end of […]

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Liam R. Angus | Why I Act.

Whilst making my short film Road, I filmed different members of the cast and crew to make a making of video. Whilst interviewing Liam who plays the lead role in Road I learnt a lot about why he is an actor. So I created this film about why he acts […]

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Martin Janecky | Demonstration

I have been filming glass demonstration for about a year now and I have seen some really fascinating things. I have noticed that all of the artists and glass blowers I have filmed all have different techniques and styles of working, but I have not seen anything like the work […]

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Magdalene Odundo | Transition II

The National Glass Centre in Sunderland is a place I love to work as I get to meet some great people and get the chance to film the creation of different pieces of art. This project was a little bit different from other projectsI have created for the NGC as normally I […]

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De La Torre Brothers

The Mexican brothers Jamex and Einar de la Torre work collaboratively in hot glass. Their work reflects cultural influence, most notably Mexican folk and popular culture and Catholicisim, alongside reflections on the identity of other cultures they have engaged with. When the De La Torre Brothers visited the National Glass Centre I was […]

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Katya Filmus | Stags Head

Filming different artists at The National Glass Centre is always great fun as I get to see some pretty amazing things and the stags head is one of them. I have been working on this video for quite a few months as the stags head takes that long to make. […]

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Jeffrey Sarmiento | Constructions

Premiering at National Glass Centre, Constructions is a mid-career solo exhibition of new work by Jeffrey Sarmiento, supported by a publication and an international tour. Jeffrey Sarmiento’s sculptures utilise glassmaking technologies both ancient and modern to express the complexities that underpin cultural identity. For Constructions Jeffrey is creating works that explore image, object and architecture, uncovering identity through multiple cultural settings. Constructions makes […]

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Erin Dickson | Glass Artist

Erin Dickson is a glass artist and PhD student based at the National Glass Centre, UK, with her latest piece being titled Tyne Tunnel – Kinetic Mirror Installation. This piece consisted of two different elements, the first was the creation itself and the other was the location it was installed in. The […]

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