Time Frames

  2004 Book

A book of three films, Redshift, Aspect and Nocturne with essays by Nicky Hamlyn, Ed Baxter and Mark Edwards. With CD of film soundtracks by Benedict Drew. Made with Sandra Drew, Stour Valley Arts on the occasion of a year long residency in Kings Wood, Kent in 2004.


Published to coincide with the premiere screening of Emily Richardson’s film, Aspect, commissioned jointly by Stour Valley Arts, Film London and Arts Council England with support from Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

  • 72 Pages
  • softback with audio CD
  • 150x210mm
  • 39 colour illustrations

Contains a CD of film soundtracks by Benedict Drew.

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  • edited by Sandra Drew
  • texts by Nicky Hamlyn, Mark Edwards and Ed Baxter
  • photographs by Emily Richardson
  • soundtracks by Benedict Drew
  • designed by Tristan and Justine Dellaway
  • printed in Great Britain by Dexter Graphics

ISBN 0 9535 340 81

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© 2004 Stour Valley Arts, the artists, the writers.

Stour Valley Arts gratefully acknowledges the support of Arts Council England and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation in the publication of this book.

Essays by Nicky Hamlyn, Mark Edwards and Ed Baxter.

Nicky Hamlyn is a filmmaker and lecturer in time-based media at Kent Institute of Art and Design, Maidstone, His book Film Art Phenomena is published by the British Film Institute.

Mark Edwards lives and works in London. He is the author of a novella, Eat Your Elders, and is currently studying for an MA in the History of Art and University College, London.

Ed Baxter has written for The Wire, The Guardian, Creative Camera, The Edinburgh Review and others. He is co-editor of The Works of Thomas de Quincey. He is programmer of Resonance104.4fm, Londons arts radio station, and produces concerts for London Musicians’ Collective.