Yessling
still from the Super 8mm film Yessling, showing a view of the river Plym below the surface, with rays of sunlight filtering through
Year of release: 2012
Original format: Super 8mm
Running time: 1 minute
Screening format: QuickTime, Blu-ray or DVD
Directed, filmed and edited by Stuart Moore
Producer: Kayla Parker
Production: Sundog Media
Supported by a Major Research Award from the University of St Mark and St John
Distribution and sales: Sundog Media sundogmedia@gmail.com

Description
Production notes
An underwater journey through the landscape, from Dartmoor to the sea, becomes a meditation on the fluidity of time, memory, and place. Beams of sunlight refract as the water follows a gentle gradient along the riverbed, and leaves and shreds of weeds are caught in the current.

Production notes
Filmed underwater on a bend in the river Plym, deep in Plymbridge Woods in south Devon during a sunny afternoon one summer. The word ‘yessling’ is old Devon dialect for restless fidgeting.

Exhibition
2016
One Minute vol 6 collection of artists’ moving image curated by Kerry Baldry:
Light Night Liverpool 2016 Liverpool Small Cinema; Night Sounding, Project, Flora, Twenty Foot Square, Verge: Nocturne and White Body also screened (13 May 2016, 5pm to 11pm)

2015
One Minute vol 6 collection of artists’ moving image curated by Kerry Baldry:
One Minute Hull Artists’ Moving Image Festival, Museum of Club Culture, Hull (8 November 2015, 10am to 4pm)

2013
One Minute vol 6 The Freedom Festival The Projection Rooms at The Museum of Club Culture, Hull (7 September 2013)
One Minute collection (volumes 1-6) exhibition at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe (11 and 12 October 2013, volumes 5 and 6 on continuous play, 10am to 4pm)
One Minute vol 6 Hong Kong Contemporary, The Excelsior, Hong Kong (24 to 27 May 2013, on continuous looped screening)
One Minute vol 6 Magmart International Videoart Festival, CAM, Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, near Naples, Italy (4 May 2013)
One Minute collection (volumes 1-6) exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery, Finsbury Park, London (1 and 2 February 2013, volume 6 on continuous play, 12pm to 4pm)

2012
Stuart's photo of the open-air cinema at the Royal William Yard, about 7.30pm before the screening
Marine Screen Marine City Festival, Royal William Yard, Plymouth; evening screening outdoors presented by Plymouth Arts Centre, Dartington Barn, and Peninsula Arts. Other films screened are Cinematic City and Sea Front, showing before Jaws; thanks to Anna Navas (premiere,15 September 2012)

One Minute vol 6 collection of artists’ moving image curated by Kerry Baldry:
Museum of Club Culture, Hull (24 November 2012)
Dark Hours/Fixed Space, Aid&Abet, Cambridge (25 and 26 October 2012)
One Day Wonder(ment) in Alexandra Park, Manchester; in Alexandra Arts’ pedal powered cinema (30 September 2012)
London Underground Film Sessions Autumn at The Horse Hospital, London (premiere, 27 September 2012)

One Minute volume 6 includes work by:
Kelvin Brown, The Gluts, Eleni Xintaras, Michael Szpakowski, Paulo Menezes, Leister/Harris, Emily Richardson, Chris Paul Daniels, My Name Is Scot, Lumiere: Sam Renseiw and Son: Philip Sanderson, Alex Pearl, Gordon Dawson, Stuart Moore and Kayla Parker, Michael Woody, Marty St. James, Janine Schneider, Steven Ball, Tina Keane, Katherine Meynell, Gary Peploe, Priya Sundram, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Louisa Minkin and Alex Schady, Kerry Baldry, Barbara Rosenthal, Riccardo Iacono, Esther Johnson, Martin Pickles, Ron Diorio, Edwin Rostron, Guy Sherwin, Lynn Loo, Juan Zamora, Helen Judge, Stuart Pound, Nicki Rolls, Rose Butler.

Running order:
The View from Below by Kelvin Brown
GMNO by The Gluts
Distorted Landscapes by Paulo Menezes
Numbers by Michael Szpakowski
Delination 1. Door by Eleni Xintaras
The Web by Leister/Harris
Over the Horizon by Emily Richardson
Terminator by My Name Is Scot
Alarming Times by Chris Paul Daniels
One Minute Launch by Alex Pearl
Looking Back by Lumiere et Son
Traitor by Gordon Dawson
By Appointment by Helen Judge
Arlington Bikes by Michael Woody
Yessling by Stuart Moore and Kayla Parker
Portrait No. 88 by Marty St. James
The radiant power of objects by Janine Schneider
Public Water by Steven Ball
Carousel by Tina Keane
New Words for this Summer part 1 and part 2 by Katherine Meynell
This will arrive long after we get home by Gary Peploe
Dream Home by Nicki Rolls
Bell Jar by Priya Sundram
Autumn Moon by Chris Meigh-Andrews
Summoning by Louisa Minkin and Alex Shady
2012 by Kerry Baldry
Words Come Out Backwards When Spoken To Screen Left by Barbara Rosenthal
London Fields by Riccardo Iacono
Principle by Esther Johnson
A woman from the past much loved by Stuart Pound
Protest by Martin Pickles
Whistling by Juan Zamora
American Arabesque by Ron Diorio
Outside Blk 23 Coffee Shop, Commonwealth Ave West, Singapore by Guy Sherwin
Ghim Moh Link Coffee Shop by Lynn Loo
Cul-de-sac of Mortality by Edwin Rostron
Still Life by Martin Pickles
The Organ Grinder by Rose Butler