Jotta recently worked with long-term collaborators AnalogFolk to mark their ten year anniversary in London. Creating a series of installations utilising lighting, projection and analogue film, the event looked at the media landscape ten years in the past and ten years in the future.
Photography by Hannah Miles.
Jotta have just returned from Scottsdale, Arizona where we installed The Green Ray as part of the Canal Convergence light festival. The Green Ray was commissioned by Scottsdale Public Arts and will be installed until May 2018.
Full project write up and install shots to follow.
Inspired by the 31 day mechanism within the Lange 31 watch, we used a 16mm spring-wound 1940’s camera - the Bolex – to expose the film. Traditionally, black and white films thrive on contrast – the extremities between black and white. In this film, our aim was the opposite; to celebrate the flat, monochromatic range of the colour grey, its subtleties and textural qualities.
Textures were teased out of the landscape as we travelled around the dramatic Cornish landscape. Seascapes, moorlands, geological formations and vestiges of old industry were filmed.
The film was then re-introduced into physical space, projected inside a floating installation. Click here to see the full project
Jotta recently designed the presentation for Emilio de la Morena’s A/W 17 collection at London Fashion Week. Taking design cues from the heart of the collection, Jotta created a series of coated steel shapes in autumnal hues, layered to create an abstracted horizon down the runway. Patterned gauzes stretched across the face of each shape provided a ‘curtain’ from which models emerged.