Kevin is an experimental filmmaker whose work centers around themes of memory, travel, dissociation and grief.
While at NES, Kevin is working on a screenplay and sound design. The film takes place on a plane as the narrator travels through space and time, remembering everything that has happened since his late father’s death that has lead him to where is going now. https://vimeo.com/kevinprince
Many of our artists are filmmakers. The Skagaströnd community, and Iceland at large is often featured.
If you want a little idea of Nes from the inside then take a look at this lovely little video created by 2019 artist in residence Paul Scannell.
An experimental nature documentary created by 2016 Nes artist Jeff Mertz with narration by another Nes artist Sandi Anderson. A poetic look at the lifestyles of three Icelandic shorebird species.
BREYTINGAR mudances is a poetic video artwork by 2017 Nes artist Andrea Revesz in collaboration with storyteller Dagný Marín Sigmarsdóttir. It was showed in UnderLOOP exhibition inside the framework of LOOP videoart festival 2017.
2015 Nes Artist/writer/director Markus Schroder created a short documentary film about local Skagaströnd resident Sigurjon Eiriksson and his motorsport hobby of ‘Drifting’.
Filmmaker Jeff Mertz created this lovely visual poem whilst in residence at Nes.
Two artists Jérémy Pailler and Drew Krasner met at Nes, one an illustrator/animator and the other a musician. They collaborated on this film Landakort which was part of a much larger co-production and CD recording of the Icelandic Soundscape Trio.
Number 4 in the series of Dream State / Wake State by recent Nes artists Dimity Magnus and Steven Aaron Hughes explore runes and the notion of prophecy with our own Skagaströnd Prophetess Dagný Marín Sigmarsdóttir.
Great interview with one of our much loved Nes artists, Yu Araki talking about past projects and his new work – Temple of the Templet, currently on show at the Yokohama Museum of Art.
Thought provoking interview with recent Nes artists Dimity Magnus and Steven Aaron Hughes discussing their experience at Nes, Skagaströnd and Iceland plus their current film series Dream State / Wake State. More info about the series can be found on their FB page. https://www.facebook.com/dreamstatewakestate
Dimity Magnus and Steven Aaron Hughes artists from Western Australia and whilst in residence at Nes have created a short film series that reflects on the perception of nature and its influence on the human consciousness shot at pristine locations in Iceland.