There is no limit to your 'love'

This video work is on the one hand a very literal reading of "digital pop" and uses the metaphor of an erect middle finger (digit) bursting (popping) balloons as a comment on Europe and its many power imbalances. On the other hand, the work uses the visual language of pop culture in its production being lit, shot, edited and performed as if a mainstream pop music video contrasting high production value (exclusivity) with an accessible trash aesthetic as a synonym for the populous versus the machine, the masses versus the mechanisms of "Big Europe". In a post NSA world, this work contains many digital (binary) contradictions, hinting at an "In or Out", a "Yes or No", a "Sorrow or Joy" and without offering an answer, seeks to reveal the human at the centre of our cross-boundary collision of identities.

The Euro Witch Pop Bitch had a great party, but scratches an itch.

She can't quite remember what happened but by the morning : the damage was done.

She remembers very clearly having said no, but woke to found she had been made to accept yes.

Wearing pearls of finery, symbolic tears of happiness and sorrow, her thoughtful insights speak thoughtless rubbish ...

What she does know is that her middle finger is erect, carries power, and is ready to strike at the heart of our collective identity.

What she's still unsure of ... is at whom it should be pointed.

  • Daz Disley
  • Fenia Kotsopoulou
  • Daz Disley
  • Fenia Kotsopoulou
  • Fenia Kotsopoulou
    Key Cast
  • Moss Beynon Juckes
  • Daz Disley
  • Daz Disley
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    February 9, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • VAFA (Video Art For All
    November 5, 2016
    Asian premiere
    Finalist of competition (8th)
  • Athens Digital Arts Festival 2017
    May 19, 2016
  • IVAHM : International Video Art House 16
    May 6, 2017
    World Premiere
  • X-24 Festival
    United Kingdom
    July 15, 2016
    UK premiere
  • 10th TIME is LOVE screening [Show 1]
    January 20, 2017
  • 10th TIME is LOVE screening [Show 2]
    Tel Aviv
    February 18, 2017
Director Biography - Daz Disley, Fenia Kotsopoulou

da z d i s l e y (UK)
Working across a range of modalities, daz
was a musician and sound engineer before
becoming a surround-sound & soundart
facilitator and systems consultant.
Software tools he has developed have featured
in both ComputerMusic and MusicTech
magazines (for which he’s also been a
contributing author), and he was instrumental
in developing the SoundSpiral 52-channel
inflatable Surround-Sound and Arts venue
for the London2012 Cultural Olympiad.
As a visualist and performer he combines his
musical aptitude with live-patching and video
manipulation, and as an artist works regularly
with photo and video, for which he often
creates bespoke code and tooling.
Currently resident artist with both Slumgothic
(venue) and Gibbon Records (label) daz has
taught as a visiting artist (live-art, visuals,
technology) and presented to a variety of
conferences in the soundart & experimental
music fields.

F e n i a K o t s o p o u l o u (GR)
Cross-disciplinary artist straddling performance
art and site-specific performance, dance, video
and photography.
She holds a BA honours in dance from the national
dance academy of Rome (Italy) and a BA honours
in italian literature and language from the Aristotle
university of Thessalonikis (Greece) and MFA in
Choreographing Live Art from the University of
Lincoln (UK)
She develops interactive and site specific
performances, as well as creating short dance and
documentation videos. She is mainly inspired from
the daily life and every detail related to human
interaction with technology and nature, gender
roles and diversity, social and political issues.
In search of an holistic way to express her vision
she collaborates with artists from different
fields/cultural backgrounds.
Fenia is a member of the International Dance
Council CID of the UNESCO

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Director Statement

Our work deals with the latent resonance between body and space, and the question of self-image and identity in the context of temporal liminal realities.
We capture psychic reaction to space through site specific instant composition for camera, backed-up with sensitive processing and post production to reveal a hidden depth: realities of past, present, unknown and unseen, to allow the
viewer to experience and engage with the artwork without forcing him to follow a narrative.