Jesse Wine (born Chester, 1983) works mainly with ceramics and uses traditional techniques to explore process and chance.
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ScartVideo: Mechanical modification / electronic impulses / human intuition
Sunday 2 March 2014 / 17.00–19.00 / FREE
BALTIC’s project space
The weekend’s events culminate with a performance from ScartVideo. Made in real-time and without the aid of a computer, ScartVideo consists of rewired analogue video mixing and audio equipment, further compounded by two films played simultaneously. Narrated live and without predetermined outcomes ScartVideo is especially designed to be experienced live. https://scartvideo.wordpress.com/The performance will take place alongside Fabienne Hess’ Trash Recovery image archive and Aaron Guy’s Phase 4, both on display for one day only.
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