Stella Baraklianou (GR/UK) Nocturne, 2018

It is a great opportunity to participate on the online edition of Transpositions – Since we cannot be in St. Petersburg, nevertheless we can still experience some scenes from the city in our short experimental film “Nocturne” The work was an ode to the work of John Field, composer of the first known Nocturnes. Inspired by the white nights he composed these in St. Petersburg and Moscow. The work was a collaborative project between Katelyn Clark and myself, made also thanks to the generous support of SPAR!

Stella Baraklianou
Stella Baraklianou is a visual artist working with digital photography and installation. Originally from Greece, she holds a practice-based PhD from Goldsmiths College, University of London and an MA in Photographic Studies from the University of Westminster. She has participated in and curated numerous photography exhibitions and continues to publish academic writings. She is a current Senior Lecturer at the University of Huddersfield (UK).

The project was realised in collaboration with Katelyn Clark in the framework of a joined residency at SPAR in June 2018.

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  1. Cynthia

    Amazing imagery…the everyday and the classical…the owl for me is a wonderful “surreal” element….

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