Re-imagined books, fragmented text and dislocated dialogues are bought together for the TÖNE Festival in a three-part installation; The Library, The Conversation and The Page which play with breaking the linear arrangements of form and meaning.  Through cut-up, disjointed and disrupted narratives the work questions assumed, familiar and historical structures and the peculiar status of truth.  Amie Rai has been awarded TÖNE’s Postgraduate commission through an Open Call and will collaborate with Ethan Shilling to realise aspects of the work.


About Amie Rai and Ethan Shilling

Amie Rai has worked in the arts for a decade on a wide range of arts projects and initiatives within community and educational contexts.  She completed a BA in Fine Art in 2004 and MA in Art History in 2008.  She is currently on the MA Sound and Image at the University of Kent, and works at the University for the Creative Arts.

Ethan Shilling is a recent graduate from CGAA course (Computer Generated Arts & Animation) at the University for the Creative Arts.  As a Freelance Artist he is currently working on a range of artistic projects to provide specialist and creative skills in animation and programming.