Multiple layers of self-recorded videos are used in the creation of my pieces; for Camouflage Stain I wanted not to focus my filming on the power station but record the colours and landscape surrounding the plant. If the plant doesn’t want to be seen then why should I film it? Turning the focus on to Wylfa’s natural landscape, the land that will be burdened with the manmade stain. Camouflage Stain is an abstract look into the feeling, movement, texture, colour and rhythm of Anglesey’s northern coastline; but echoing this ghostly stain, a dialogue between power and the land.
Image shows Tim Skinners’s work ‘Camouflage Stain’ Digital video on continuous loop, at Bay Arts in Cardiff.