A person with long dark hair peers through a hole in an old wooden door of a stone building
Marcy Saude, still from Catherine, 2017

CATHERINE

MARCY SAUDE

FILM

 Dawe’s Twineworks, West Coker

What could go wrong?

A few scenes from a lesser-known Grimm’s fairytale, Frederick and Catherine, are transposed to the West Cumbrian landscape. This film follows a woman’s work and (mis)adventures, exploring low-key folk magic and squatting tactics.


ABOUT THE ARTIST
Marcy Saude works with time-based media, with a focus on radical histories, the landscape, counterculture and speculative fiction. She works closely with artist-run film collectives in Bristol and Rotterdam.


FIND OUT MORE
marcysaude.net