For the inaugural visual arts commission at Storyhouse in Chester, Bedwyr Williams has transposed stories collected from a local newspaper archive onto a digitally animated recreation of the town’s former Roman Fortress Bathhouse. Speaking to Fisun Güner, he laments the loss of British awkwardness, and describes how this new work will take the viewer on a journey to “a space that’s out of time”.
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Exhibition highlights for the week ahead, selected from a-n’s busy Events section and this week featuring projects in Cardiff, Folkestone, London, Newcastle upon Tyne and Northampton.
The Artists’ Moving Image Northern Ireland festival in Belfast has been pulled together with minimal funding and plenty of mutual support by two artists based in the city. Jack Hutchinson talks to co-organiser Jacqueline Holt about their efforts to support moving image practice in the six counties.
Working with fifth generation tightrope walker Rasul Abakarov within the vast landscape of Dagestan, artist Taus Makhacheva’s film Tightrope has been lauded by critics following its exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Pippa Koszerek talks to the artist about the processes and risks involved in her work.
A selection of exhibition highlights for the week, including: Marianna Simnett at Matt’s Gallery, London, Stuart Middleton at Tramway, Glasgow, and Joseph Buckley at The Tetley, Leeds.
The Berlin-based artist wins £10,000 in prize money for video work in 20th edition of open prize.
Six international artists are shortlisted for £10,000 film prize with work ranging from single-screen and web-based works to gallery installations featuring music and performance.
For her Venice Biennale film, Spite Your Face, Scottish artist Rachel Maclean has created a re-working of the Pinnocchio story that explores power, political lies and the rise of populism. Moira Jeffrey talks to her about the themes and form of the work.
https://vimeo.com/215108977 Half of my installation at the inaugural National Festival of Making last week included a documentary film. It is the result of an embedded period working both with the MGS Technical Plastics and the town of Blackburn itself…… Statement: […]
Artists who work with moving image are invited to complete Lux and Lux Scotland’s survey on how they live and work.
Vancouver-based artist and musician Rodney Graham is best known for his large-scale photographic lightbox works, in which he features in a variety of guises. A new show at Baltic, Rodney Graham: That’s Not Me, presents work from 1994 to 2017 and includes a whole gallery dedicated to his varied and experimental film pieces. Fisun Güner asks the questions.
The artist receives a £10,000 commission to produce a new film work, to be premiered at next year’s Glasgow Film Festival.
From:April 01, 2017
To:April 02, 2017
Location:South East England
This week’s selection includes film installation in London, photography in Penzance and a celebration of Aspex’s 35th anniversary in Portsmouth.
This week’s column – featuring exhibitions and projects posted by a-n members on our busy Events section – takes us to Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Glasgow and London.
The British filmmaker has been awarded the £40,000 prize for “substantial body of outstanding work”.
Working in a wide-range of media from film to sculpture to performance, London-based artist Larry Achiampong draws on colonial history, his own Ghanian heritage, and the experience of growing up in Britain to create works that explore ideas around class, race and cultural identity. Wayne Burrows talks to him.
Should Scotland have its own archive of artists’ moving image work, and if so what form should it take and what should be in it? Chris Sharratt reports on a recent Lux Scotland event exploring the feasibility of a ‘distribution collection’ of Scottish works.
In November, the London-based artist Heather Phillipson won the £10,000 Jarman Award, which recognises cutting edge, experimental artists’ film. She reflects on the highs and lows of a “mountain range kind of year”.
Highlights for the week ahead selected from a-n’s busy Events section and featuring events and exhibitions posted by a-n members. This week we’re in London, Hereford and Berlin.
This week’s selection includes painting in London, multidisciplinary art in Gateshead and a group show exploring what it means to be independent in Liverpool.
Five projects from a-n members, selected from a-n’s busy Events section and taking us to London, Middlesbrough, Reading, Somerset and Swansea.
The London-based artist and poet is presented with the £10,000 prize at an award ceremony at Whitechapel Gallery.
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