nova Milne

nova Milne’s works are assemblages of time-perspectives that create moments of connection or disruption, often taking the form of an encounter across the breach of time.  They release the occult potential of found material by forging new sympathies between amateur or documentary sources and elaborate new fabrications. Their process invents a de-centered point of view and the question of inter-subjectivity forms an ongoing curiosity, alongside considerations of time, mysticism, longing, and empathy.

NOVA MILNE
nova Milne, Videodromes For The Alone: Teleplasmic Mass, 1987/2007, archived VHS with HDV and animation, 16:9, duration 2:35 min. Courtesy of the artists.

In Lovecats [1991/2007] an adult Richard nova Milne dances alongside a teenage Stephanie performing in a school assembly and in Teleplasmic Mass [1987/2007] Stephanie lies beside Richard as a boy mimicing his actions as he sleeps.

NOVA MILNE
nova Milne, Videodromes For The Alone: Love Cats, 1991/2007, archived VHS with HDV and animation, 16:9, duration 2:18 min. Courtesy of the artists.

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