Miranda Pennell

Miranda Pennell originally trained in contemporary dance and later studied visual anthropology at Goldsmiths, London.   Her current practice reworks colonial photographic archives as a material for film. Prior to this she produced a  body of work exploring aspects of collective performance through film and video,  which has been widely shown internationally in independent cinema programs, gallery and broadcast. Her films and videos have received awards at international film festivals, and funding from Arts Council England, Film London’s Artists Film and Video Awards, BBC and the Channel 4 British Documentary Foundation.   She is currently in receipt of a three year AHRC scholarship at the University of Westminster.

http://www.mirandapennell.com

Tattoo

Tattoo UK 2001 | 9’ | video

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Why Colonel Bunny Was Killed

Why Colonel Bunny Was Killed UK 2010 | 27’ | HD

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