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Amelia Kosminsky is a visual artist focusing in video design, light sculpture and photography.
She studied Video Design for Live Performance at Guildhall School.

Amelia has been the video designer for BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the Barbican, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Gerard McBurney and the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Sir Simon Rattle with the London Symphony Orchestra. Amelia’s practice is focused on slowing life down to have time to see the beauty around us. A large part of this practice is influenced by her experience with hidden disabilities. As a result, Amelia’s work is predominately peaceful, contemplative and quiet, using light as a medium to produce striking images.


“I was so happy to be asked to be involved with this project with Eliza Marshall and the collective who came together to create Freedom to Roam. I first asked Eliza and her fellow composers to sum up each tracks in a few sentences to give me a feel of not only the track as a whole but also the evolution of the music as it was written. Following this, using source images or my own original photography, I then set about creating abstract, evolving, almost dreamscapes that fit each piece. They have been created with minute movement, so that, were the viewer to look at a musician playing and then look back, they wouldn’t have noticed any change taking place.

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