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Patrycja Loranc


practice-based PhD researcher, University of Plymouth:

Psychepoetic Film Practice

MA Artists' Film and Moving Image, Goldsmiths University

BA (Hons) Filmmaking, Kingston School of Art London

based in Plymouth

from Poland

Patrycja Loranc is an experimental filmmaker, artist, and PhD researcher at University of Plymouth. Working with moving image, sound, photography and writing, she is developing a Psychepoetic Film Practice, exploring filmmaking as a tool for psyche-revealing. In a journey through altered states of consciousness, transpersonal experience, complexities of perception and vulnerability of being, the neurodiversity paradigm and sensory subjectivities inform her intuitive practice, rediscovering the relationships with nature, spaces, and objects, within experimental structures. The altered state of absorption is a method and a point of focus of her filmmaking. She works as a freelance editor, associate lecturer, arts administrator, festival pre-selector, and is the co-founder of Alternative Night of Experimental Film.

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