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CD Releases InsideOut: a psyche and its geography

InsideOut: a psyche and its geography

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InsideOut: a psyche and its geography charts the inscape of one of Britain’s most celebrated artists and experimental film makers, Andrew Kötting. This CD and accompanying publication mirrors the ‘highly idiosyncratic’ style he has become known for; experimenting with format, texture and sound to “transport an audience to a place...where possibly they’ve never been before”.

This CD is a soundtrack. Self-contained dramas that coagulate into the shifting and amorphous structure of Kötting’s psyche-ever present in his own work. Contributions from film makers, poets, artists, musicians, friends and family create something beyond just a collection of music chosen from personal taste, but a document of an artist’s life.

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Andrew Kötting

Born in Kent, 1959. Studied BA Fine Art at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, London, 1984; MA in Mixed Media, Slade School of Art, London 1988. In 1989 collaborated with Leila McMillan in setting up BadBLoOd & siBYL studios in the French Pyrenees.

One of his first attempts at filmmaking, according to a Premiere profile, "involved inserting iron filings in the shape of religious icons into his penis and then drawing them out again". For his degree film, a short called Klipperty Klop (1986), Kötting ran round and round a Gloucestershire field pretending to ride a horse.

Over the next ten years, Kötting directed a number of experimental shorts, often produced via the London Film-Makers Co-op.

Kötting's first feature-length movie was Gallivant (1996). A "highly idiosyncratic" documentary, it records a journey the director took clockwise around the coast of Britain accompanied by his 85-year-old grandmother, Gladys, and his seven-year-old daughter Eden. Eden was born at Guy's Hospital, London, in 1988 with a rare genetic disorder – Joubert Syndrome – causing cereberal vermis hypoplasia and several other neurological complications. The growing closeness between these two and the sense of impending mortality give the film its emotional underpinning. Gallivant was premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival, where it won the Channel 4 Best New Director prize.

Kötting's second feature, This Filthy Earth (2001) was loosely adapted from Zola's novel La Terre, the film is set in a rural community somewhere and sometime in the north of England. Kötting summed up his aim as "trying to show the landscape in its full beauty and brutality". Since then he has completed Mapping Perception (2002), a short 'science, film and art project' inspired by his daughter Eden. Kötting still sees himself as essentially a performance artist. "Even to this day," he says, "I wouldn't think of myself as a feature film-maker. I'm just making longer pieces of work."

Most recently Kötting has returned to working within the gallery context see his In the Wake of a Deadad . a piece of work which led to his being shortlisted for the Derek Jarman Award 2008.


Ansuman Biswas “Klytaimnestra Washing Herself”
Jem Finer and Jeremy Banx “Tarred and Feathered Heart”
Dryden Goodwin “Extract from City Theme 01”
Dryden Goodwin “Extract from City Theme 02”
Alex Rodgers “An ‘evil’ is a hay fork with 3 prongs”
Band of Holy Joy “Cold Blows the Wind”
DM Bob and Jem Finer “She’s so strange”
Christian Garcia “Air”
Gamine “A Good Hand” {Extract}
Sukhdev Sandhu and Scanner “Tomorrow Muffle”
John Irvine “Drunk and running around the town”
John Roseveare and Andrew Kötting “Song for Eden”
Matt Hulse “Louyre”
NG Smith “Yes, my god – The Maurspechte at work – 1989 Berlin Wall”
Max Richter “Fragment”
Run Wrake “What Is That?”
Nicky Hamlyn “Braun 4729, stereo”
Toby McMillan “Mapping Perception”
Andrew Kötting and Toby McMillan “Nucleus Ambiguous”
Tony Hill with Sally Goode “A Sense of Place”
Joey Kötting “D...E___A...D”
Bell Helicopter “Enough’s enough”



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