London, United Kingdom
Graeme Arnfield is an artist, filmmaker and composer living in London. He graduated with a Masters in Experimental Cinema at Kingston University, London. Producing sensory essay films from networked imagery, he uses methods of investigative storytelling to explore issues of technology, ecology and history. His work has been presented worldwide at film festivals including IFFR, Rotterdam; Courtisane Festival, Ghent; Open City Documentary Festival, London; Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival; Sonic Acts, Amsterdam; as well as in museums and art venues. His short film The Phantom Menace (2019) premiered in the 2020 Forum Expanded programme.
2014 I'm Sorry I Have to Run; 16 min. 2015 Sitting in Darkness; 15 min. 2016 Colossal Cave; 11 min. · Asbestos; with Sasha Litvintseva, 19 min., Forum Expanded 2017 2017 Shouting at the Ground; 17 min. 2018 Pedigree; 21 min. 2019 The Phantom Menace; 36 min., Forum Expanded 2020 2021 Pervading Animal; 31 min. 2022 Home Invasion