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ERINN SAVAGE – Performance
Tomorrow 15:00 GMT


A portrait series taken over lockdown. These photographs were taken through a computer screen over video call. Each model is a friend, locked down in a different place. They were photographed as we talked. The aim here was to address how we now enact our sociality, solidarity, and politics of care in times of global crisis. The project culminated in a book, which is not ideal for a digital showcase, so I have included a short video version below. Music by Clémentine Dubost.

II. in touch

A found footage film. Composed of videos stored in my phone library of skin-to-skin contact in the time before social distancing and Covid-19 and interviews with people in different places on their lives during the pandemic, talking about touch - or lack thereof. Music by Nicolo Traini and Toby Withers.

III. where the light comes in

Two weeks in four walls, with only light for company.

On return to London just before lockdown, I self-isolated to protect the vulnerable people in my home - down the road from King’s College Hospital. Light became a marker of time: sun streaks punctuated the day, while the blue of ambulances streamed in at night. I made a ritual of photographing where light fell in the morning. This culminated in an A4 publication.


An experimental short film by Nina Klaff and Pauline Levy. Voiceover: Nina Klaff. Music: Jamiro den Enting.

V. STAGED: A moving portrait

A moving portrait of a father, by his daughter. Starring Jack Klaff as himself and others. With music by Toby Withers and Vivaldi.