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PAUL BURT
Born London, 1982
Lives and works in London
Paul Burt is a visual artist working predominantly with moving image and sound


EDUCATION
MA communication art & design
Royal College of Art, London, 2006

BA graphic design
Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London, 2004

Diploma in foundation art & design
London College of Communication, London, 2000


SCREENINGS & EXHIBITIONS
2011
Screening of short documentary I directed at the BFI Southbank as part of Refugee week 2011, London
Fragile City group exhibition, London

2010
Tenderpixel Gallery in association with the 2010 Rushes Soho Film Festival - 'Loops' was shown, London
Video is the Only Constant - 'Loops' was screened, London
Clapham Picture House - 'The Quiet End of the Night' was shown, London

2008
Furzedown Film Festival 08, short film 'Leave' was shown and won best drama award, London
Video Party : The Traveler - 'The Japanese Inro' was shown, Montreal

2007
Hull international film festival 2007 - 'The Japanese Inro', was shown, Hull

2006
Royal College of Art, The Show, awarded prize for best moving image work, London

2005
Onedotzero moving image festival - 'The Japanese Inro' was shown, ICA, London
Circus Gallery, Part of the group show One-to-One, London
Royal College of Art, Work in Progress Show, London

2004
The Restraint of Beasts, produced video for a live multimedia staging of Magnus Mills' booker
nominated novel, the restraint of beasts, Spitz Theatre, London


INTERESTS
video, sound, cats, clouds, trees, music, rain, cycling, Werner Herzog, video used in live performance,
studio ghibli, Franz Kafka, art, collage, ubiquity, Jaques Rivette, Claire Denis, traveling, grass, Jenny Holzer,
water, digital data, speed, Chris Marker, computer games, graphic design, cooking, light, weight, dreams,
breathing, faith, ambiguity, Fischli & Weiss, birds, Alfred Hitchcock, Saul Bass, fairy tales, M Haneke, wine,
shadows, layers, food, politics, emotions, war, justice, Joseph Conrad, Rika Noguchi, affective computing,
Tina Frank, colour, Paul Cezanne, Chinua Achebe, James Joyce, Jodi, time, immateriality, 5-a-side football,