The 60 Minutes installation, shown in a contained darkened environment, consists of 10 suspended iPhones that each play six minutes of looped moving image and sound simultaneously.
Interacting at will whilst holding the phone to see the work, we are asked to contemplate our own relationship with the camera phone images.
The portrait format of the piece is intended to create a dialogue between conventional images of landscape photography and a personal impressionistic approach to moving image making.
Amateur production and mundane domestic content are explored in this piece which touches on the notion of the romantic and the sublime. Principally it is about the relationship we have with looking and how we mediate our environment by looking with a camera phone.