Tag Archives: installation


Short video piece made from images of a rusty bin, possibly incompatible with the lossy youtube codec.


Continuing explorations of pattern and noise, a short video composed of stills of mulch and fallen leaves at the bottom of my parents’ garden. The audio is Breccia from the Silt Sedimentary 7″.

Geometric Images

I just received a couple of pictures of Geometric Images installed at Lombard Method for Network Music Festival. I’ve just realised I made this work for exactly the reason that I’m now finding it irritating – it pretty much breaks the taxonomy of my website. On the surface it is neither video or drawing but [...]


Above, documentation of the performance at One Thoresby Street on 21 June made in collaboration with Dexter Prior. Below are some pictures of the installation downstairs in the gallery space. The screens showed two five minute loops of video culled from documentation of the rehearsals. Audio comes from an instrument made from a table, around [...]

Thoresby Thursday

Rehearsal Excerpt from Pete McPartlan on Vimeo. I’m performing tonight at the opening of an exhibition in collaboration with Dexter Prior at One Thoresby Street in Nottingham. We’ve built a decidedly dangerous instrument out of bandsaw blades and copious quantities of clamps. Hopefully it will stay up and nobody’s fingers will get cut off. Private [...]

Isostasy Images

The main piece of work I’ve been making here in Sandnes is an installation called Isostasy. It consists of a drawing and an 8 minute video loop. Here are some images of the drawing, which will become the screen for the projected video. The video consists of thousands of individually captured images of the drawing [...]