Richard Broomhall

Working with the moving image has enabled Richard Broomhall to produce a diverse body of work that is alive with oil seed rape, digital currency, folklore, mobile phone masts, livestock, landscape and the voices of man, animal and machine.

His single and multi screen works engage with the nature of filmic reconstruction and the fabrication of empathy, the narratives of specific locations, notions of polyphony and the relationship between the landscape and cultural and technological palimpsest.

His work is held in study collections and has been screened and installed at festivals, galleries and museums across Europe. He is creating a new work specifically for Grotesques, an exploration of the attitudes and emotions evoked by the thought of becoming the livestock which we live on.