16 mm, transfer DCP. Silent
A short study of the interior of amaryllis flowers, shot on 16mm film. The central pistol, the stamens and the anthers, which produce the yellow pollen, are set against the colour field of the petals.
Jayne Parker was born in Nottingham in 1957. She studied at Mansfield College of Art, Canterbury College of Art and the Slade. She was a visiting lecturer at Goldsmiths’ College, from 1984 until 1998, and has taught at the Slade School of Fine Art since 1989. Her work has been shown at art venues, on television and in film festivals internationally.
Amaryllis – a study (2020), The Oblique (2018), Trilogy – Kettles Yard (2008), Catalogue of Birds: Book 3 (2006), Foxfire Eins Series (2000), The Whirlpool (1997), Crystal Aquarium (1995), Cold Jazz (1993), K (1989), En Route (1986), Almost Out (1984), RX Recipe (1980), I Cat (1980), Free Show (1979)
Oberhausen International Short Film Festival