benjamin darville

2024        O (So Say the Circle is Round)
                Sandy Crow ‘Godard The Director’
                Pirate Carnival (La Biennale di Venezia)
                Sandy Crow ‘Regret it’                                      
2023        Thunderowl
                Bakala Angels
                Kitchen Sink Drama
                A Manifesto for Now                                        
2022        Sandy Crow ‘Waiting For Life’
                Hannah Tait ‘Darting Hither’
                Clutching At Concrete Straws
                Arthur ‘You’re So Fun’
                Creature Feature for Off The Block Magazine
                Haznat for Off The Block Magazine
                These Spinning Straight Lines (creative)
                Izzy McCormac Disney Collection                  
2021        Reek0 ‘Setting’ ft Nia Archives
                Celeste ‘Love Is Back’ (16mm)
                DIY Generation for ES Magazine
                Bree Runway for ES Magazine (bts)
                Tara Lily ‘4 Years’
                Louis Dunford (Live) for i-D Magazine
                Sandy Crow ‘If Theres a War I Started It’        
2020        Bakar ‘Play’ ft Lancey Foux
                Benjiflow ‘You Know’
                Bakar for Collectible DRY (bts)
                Bakar Stage Visuals (editor)
                Bakar Tour Promos (editor)                              
2019        A Dream Play           
2018        Chaos vs Constitution                                        
2016        techno.utopianism

A Dream Play
Film, 16 mm, video, black and white, sound;
1 min, 54 sec

Everything can happen, everything is possible and probable. Time and place do not exist; on a significant bases of reality, the imagination spins, weaving new patterns; a mixture of memories, experiences, free fancies, incongruities and improvisations. The characters split, double, multiply, evaporate, condense, disperse, assemble. But one consciousness rules over them all, that of the dreamer; for him there are no secrets, no illogicalities, no scruple, no laws. He neither acquits nor condemns, but merely relates; and, just as a dream is more often painful than happy, so an undertone of melancholy and of pity for all mortal beings accompanies this flickering tale.’ August Strindberg, A Dream Play