A film introducing some of the research and thinking behind the work of artist collective Still Moving
Three dancers move between three choreographed worlds, scientific, urban and rural. There, changing environmental vernaculars entangle with the human body reminding us that we are in relation to the worlds around us and together become active agents of movement and change.
COP 27 Interventions
A series of light sculptures made and installed during the process of COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Continuous and all around us
An audio-visual exploration of the rapidly changing landscape of Pinhoe, Exeter. Responding to Emma Welton's Sound walks. Filmed as part of Clyst Valley Regional Park's Routes for Roots project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Zenae is a film made in collaboration between Rose Gibbs, Alice Albinia and Léonie Hampton as the Islands of Women collective. With Music by Full of Noises.
Pharmakon, a sculpture by Still Moving commissioned by the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Exeter 2022
Our Body is a Planet
Our Body is a Planet is a film that challenges the way we think of ourselves as individual genetically prescribed entities, independent from our surroundings. Without fungi and bacteria our bodies and biosphere would not exist, we are in partnership with the microbial world.
LOVE IS THE HIGHEST ECONOMY
An installation on Exeter Phoenix of light sculptures made with community groups before and during COP26
A Language of Seeds
Solo exhibition by Léonie Hampton 18th May- 5th September 2021. The work engages directly with the ecological emergency through a series of photographs taken through the lockdown that celebrate her vegetable garden, her family and friends, and the seeds in the collections at RAMM.
Speedwell - NO NEW WORLDS
A site-specific Installation, SPEEDWELL was a 67m long illuminated text work on Plymouth’s Mount Batten Breakwater designed to provoke reflection about the human impulse to explore new worlds, and the repercussions of this behaviour.
Worlding is film made commissioned by Take A Part, with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Lacuna: Colour of Distance
A blank on a map: a lacuna. Laura Hopes' film explores a sublime no-man's-land
Léonie Hampton’s response to the XV Rome Commission explores her anxieties about the dislocation of the contemporary world
POSSESSED enters the complicated worlds of four hoarders; people whose lives are dominated by their relationship to possessions.
Artist Portrait Films
A series of short film portraits of artists made between 2012 and 2020 by Martin Hampton
Otolith, a film made by Laura Hopes while artist in residence at the National Marine Aquarium, which explores more-than-human knowledge in fish.
In the Shadow of Things
In the Shadow of Things explores attempts by Léonie’s family to clear her mother's house, which had become overwhelmed by objects. To challenge the clichés and stigmas of mental health at the level of society begins with the possibility of change.
Not to be taken
This film explores the landscapes left after the industrial process of extracting arsenic in the Tamar Valley, Devon particularly in and around Devon Great Consols mine, once directed by William Morris.
Escape In Israel
Léonie Hampton explored ways in which people transcend the perpetual threat of violence; the cathartic rituals, both public and private, religious and secular, that permeate life in this region.
Being Vulnerable: Distances of the Sublime Anthropocene
Laura Hopes' full PhD 'Being Vulnerable: Distances of the Sublime Anthropocene'
and the crowd goes wild...
and the crowd goes wild...a sound installation as part of Portland's b-side festival, 2018