Yellow Patch

Zarina Bhimji  

“… within the empty spaces of elegant decay she depicts,
I see the patina of people and the breadth of existence that
it would be hard to find in a hundred straightforward stories or cinematic clichés.”
Ossian Ward, Time Out (February 2012)

Inspired by trade and immigration routes across the Indian Ocean between India and Africa, Yellow Patch (2011) is an exploration of space with a characteristically evocative use of sound.  

The film focuses on distinct details of the landscape and architecture. Yellow Patch is part of a major body of film works that includes Waiting (2007) and Jangbar (2014).

Yellow Patch was generously supported by Outset Contemporary Art Fund, Arts Council England, de Appel arts centre Netherlands, The New Art Gallery Walsall and individual donors.

PREVIOUS EVENTS

28.05 -18.10.15
Pérez Art Museum
MIAMI U.S.
17.01 -30.03.14
Centre for Contemporary Art
SINGAPORE
16.11.12 -03.03.13
de Appel arts centre
AMSTERDAM
01.06 -02.09.12
Kunstmuseum
BERN Switzerland
22.05.12
Panel Discussion: The Politics of Poetry
The Courtauld Institute of Art
LONDON
20.01 -14.04.12
The New Art Gallery Walsall
WALSALL
19.01 -09.03.12
Whitechapel Gallery
LONDON
Yellow Patch Film, 2011, screen grab, courtesy of the artist

Yellow Patch Film, 2011, screen grab, courtesy of the artist

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