Kerry Jones

Kerry Jones is a multi – media artist based in Scotland whose work incorporates: film; sound; archives; manipulated still images & site specific interactions. She works on solo projects as well as in collaboration. Her current work is interested in ideas of time travel; U-Chronia (no – time); curiosity and research; archival tangents; transformative adjustments and anachronistic insertions.

Jason Moyes

Photo: Patrick Rafferty

Artist’s statements

I am a film maker based in the Scottish Borders, with a particular interest in experimental film and artists’ moving image. In my work I am drawn to the idea of challenging traditional notions of sublime beauty in landscape by focussing on its unloved corners. My work is also informed by the notion of presenting traditional narratives through nonrepresentational forms of visual and sonic abstraction – psychologising the image, while challenging traditional viewer perceptions of what story is and might be. The juxtaposition of representing sounds traditionally associated with rural landscapes with vintage synthesizer emulators is of particular interest. At the heart of my work is an ongoing curiosity of what lies beyond the hills, trees and fields of the Borders countryside and I am inspired by the idea that exciting things can be discovered at the end of an overgrown path, beyond a locked gate, or in an abandoned place.


Jason Moyes gained an interest in short film in 2007 after producing no budget DIY music videos for his band, Vacuum Spasm Babies. He has worked in a range of creative roles including radio producer and presenter, music journalist and photographer. He worked on cult music and alternative culture magazine Sun Zoom Spark, has produced content for and had his band played on BBC 6 Music and until recently presented a weekly music show on community radio. His experience working creatively with sound and other media has informed his work and although he has gone beyond producing music videos he still embraces the DIY approach to film making. Jason is a founding member of the Scotland based Moving Image Makers Collective.

exhibitions & screenings

Energy Flows Along Wires
Two channel installation
MIMC @ The YES Arts Festival
September 2017

Energy Flows Along Wires
Free Flow : MIMC at Borders Heritage Festival
September 2017

Red Lights and a Solstice Moon
Experiments in Cinema
April 2017

Red Lights and a Solstice Moon
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival
March 2017

Red Cap
London Experimental Film Festival
October 2016

Red Cap
‘Off the Peg’ @ Creative Coathanger Arts Festival, Galashiels
September 2016

Red Cap
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival
April 2016

Celluloid Dreams
Artists’ Moving Image Festival @ Summerhall, Edinburgh
December 2015

Wind Blows at Seven Frames Per Second
Exploding Cinema Disposable Film Festival, London
September 2015.

Celluloid Dreams – Installation
‘Beyond the Shutters’ YES Festival, Selkirk
September 2015

Two Angels
Moving Image Makers Collective Screening, Hawick
24th June 2015

Sea Sisters
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Hawick
16th – 19th April 2015

Bike Film
Stirling Cycling Hub – Cycling Shorts Pop-Up Cinema Night, Stirling
31st January 2014

Jessie Growden

Jessie Growden has been making films and installations since 2014. Her work explores visceral feelings, a sense of place and physical manipulation of her materials, using structured time and repetition in images and sound.


Forest 7:18
Back And Forth 00:08:01
Forest 2 – Looped installation
TFOD 00:06:15
Swings and Roundabouts 00:30:00
Circle #3 00:01:00
Work in Progress Moving Image Makers Collective Summer Exhibitions programme
Rising and Falling 00:08:59
Another Forest 00:05:17

Free Flow

7 – 9 September 2017, Alchemy Film & Arts, 39-41a High Street, Hawick
Part of the Borders Heritage Festival

‘What’s up, DOC?’ | Beverley Cornwell | Runtime: 00:05:20

‘100 Seconds’ | Julie Witford | Runtime: 00:01:40
The Slitrig river in spate, January 2016.

‘Zion Walks With Me’ | Narda Azaria Dalgleish | 00:03:57 | 2015, Scotland.

‘Rising and Falling’ | Jessie Growden | Runtime: 00:08:59 | 2014-2017, Scotland

‘Source’ | Patrick Raffety | Runtime: 00:03:10

‘Energy Sent Along Wires’ | Jason Moyes | Runtime 00:04:15 | 2017, Scotland.

‘Nature Decides’ | Nathan Jones | Runtime 00:02:20, 2017.

‘Landscape Recaptured in Wool’ | Narda Azaria Dalgleish | Runtime 00:04:47 | Scotland 2017

Put Down the Remote

MIMC took over the Haining House in Selkirk with Moving Image Installations for the second time at the YES Arts Festival over the weekend of 15-17 September 2017.


Works Included:

Sam Cornwell | Syzygy | Photo: Patrick Rafferty

Nicoletta Stephanz | Pfiesteria | Coven of One | Photo: Patrick Rafferty

Jane Houston Green | Gone Tomorrow | Photo: Frank Brown

Jason Moyes | Energy Sent Along Wires | Photo: Patrick Rafferty

Dawn Berry | Let’s Connect

Patrick Rafferty | Pinned

Jessie Growden | Another Forest| Photo: Jason Moyes

River Installation | MIMC


Put Down the Remote opened with a preview on Thursday 14 September and ran from Friday 15 – Sunday 17 September, opening 10am – 4pm daily.

Also on Thursday 14 September, MIMC presented Daisies as part of Behind the Curtain, a new Alchemy Film & Arts project that brings a season of films to venues across the Scottish Borders. Behind the Curtain is a celebration of the diversity of cinema, screening documentaries, experimental works, cult, queer, trash and the best work from independent filmmakers from around the world. Daisies is Vēra Chytilová’s classic of surrealist cinema that is perhaps also the most adventurous and anarchic Czech movie of the 1960’s. In the magnificent setting of the Haining House, Chytilová’s avant-garde comedy is sure to delight and stimulate the audience at the beginning of a what will undoubtedly be a memorable YES Arts Festival.

Harriet Warman, programmer of Behind the Curtain said: “I’m thrilled that MIMC have selected such a fantastic film as part of this new season. Behind the Curtain is about creating a warm and welcoming environment in which to see brilliant films that might have been overlooked, celebrating a diversity of identities and filmmaking styles. Daisies, in its riotous experimentation is the perfect MIMC film, representing the radical, experimental and fun spirit of the collective.”

More information about Put Down the Remote and Daisies can be found at: and