British/Canadian duo Webb-Ellis work in film, installation and performance to tell stories with images and sounds in their multi-disciplinary environments. They are concerned with what it means to be human in an alienated digital age where the boundary between self and others is unclear. Parlor Walls sees them take inspiration from Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel Farenheit 451.
Parlor Walls, 2016. Audio-visual installation. 600cm x 600cm