The final video captures the inspirations that shaped Lucy ‘s thinking and gives the viewer a sense of the fabrication process involved in bringing the work to physical fruition.
Importantly, given the video would act as a tour to those who could not attend the show in person, it also clearly shows the key features of her exhibition: the series of bronze-cast animal pelts and abstract, carved stone animal heads, supported by stone basins, all contained within a cast bronze boundary.
The b-roll is illustrative of the points made by Lucy, but creative in its approach and filmic in its execution Small details in the post-production, including the track-lying and musical choice, ensure the final edit has an artistic sentiment.
NextShoot, is a video production company in London, but with global clients and the go-to video production company for the Arts sector. We work with contemporary artists that have included Christo, Olafur Eliasson, Michael Craig-Martin, Ron Arad and Sonia Boyce, as well as offer video production services to museums and galleries like the National Gallery, the Whitechapel Gallery, the Serpentine Galleries, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, the South London Gallery and the Prado.
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