Bea Haut is an artist who works primarily with 16mm film in an expanded form. This manifests and behaves as sculpture, installations, projections and photography. Multi-dimensional in media as well as often being site responsive, these works allude to perceptions of inter-related moments, spaces, and actions in between. Regarding the mutating dialogue between the self and her surroundings, the artist also uses the stuff of the everyday as material and subject of these works.
‘Drag’ 2017- 16mm, B&W, Optical Sound, 5 mins - Poetic Theater of the Overlooked. Inspired by a dejected sofa left in the street, ‘Drag’ became a comic interruption of the rule of the road. A road test of materials, bylaws and nerve.