‘Burning Pool’ – Ron Wright and Neil Webb’s film reviewed in Electronic Sound magazine
Burning Pool, the collaborative film exploring the notion of trans-generational communication of analogue and digital media within a DIY aesthetic, was reviewed in the latest issue of Electronic Sound (issue 59).
Electronic Sound covers contemporary electronic music and culture with a side order of art and technology, providing in-depth coverage of the current scene, the pioneers, the machines, and the current thinking of the electronic music world.
Burning Pool is a 24-minute film capturing Sheffield as a post-industrial city in transition – a lot of the featured buildings and landscapes are now gone or radically altered. It was created as a response to the DIY ethic of the local music scene between 1979-81 and also explores the hauntological notion of “future ghosts”.
Ron Wright is the founder member of 80s Sheffield band Hula and senior lecturer in Sound Recording and Design for Film & Media Production. He has since worked mainly as a sound practitioner for broadcast, screen and gallery on various award winning indie and experimental films, installations and live performances.
Neil Webb is an artist based in Sheffield and senior lecturer in Sound Design. Neil’s practice includes, film, performance, curation, installation and recorded releases.
Find out more about Burning Pool on Bandcamp.