Excited to be showing my latest video work But Does It Spark Joy, Mama? alongside Ian Maslen and others at Wimbledon School of Art 7 years on from our MA show there. I’ll be at the Tuesday screening.
Don’t miss our unique film screening events featuring exciting works from MFA Wimbledon graduating artists, alumni and current students, curated by MA Chelsea alumna Liberty Antonia Sadler. These free events are part of the MFA Fine Art 2018 Degree Show and BA summer shows.
Saturday 16th June + Q&A with Curator and Artists 2 - 4 pm
Tuesday 19th and Thursday 21st of June: 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Andrea Arnold, Naomi Avsec, Adéle Cload, Lorraine Devine, Joshua Evan, Inês Artista, Katie Goodwin, Mark Goldby, Morna Hinton, Ian Maslen, Rosie McGinn, Xi Min, Liz Morison, James Reynolds, Antonis Sideras, Jenny Timmer, Marley Treloar, Basak Ulukose and Philippa Kate Weaver
All screenings will take place at the College's Lecture Theatre.
CuratorSpace are excited to present their first curated exhibition of film/video art in conjunction with Leeds Digital Festival 2018.
PV 16th April 6-8pm Platform, Leeds. Exhibition continues 17th to 27th April.
13 film/video artists will be featured on the big screen at Platform, (Bruntwood Office Space Platform, New Station Street, Leeds) during Leeds Digital Festival which will run from 16th - 27th April 2018. The screen-based works will be played sequentially on a continuous loop throughout the festival. The screen is visible from the street so works are available for passersby to view, as well as people taking part in the digital festival and those visiting Platform. The works will also be shown on the big screen on Millennium Square throughout the festival, with screenings taking place at 8am, 12pm, 5pm, 8pm, and 10pm. You can watch it live online here for the duration of festival
The Selectors - Videos were selected by a panel of experts specialising in film and video, including: Emma Bolland, an artist and writer based in Sheffield, who works across writing, film, and performance; Ilaria Vecchi, an experienced film and documentary maker; Gorm Lai, a Leeds-based, indie game developer and freelance programmer, who has worked on several BAFTA awarded titles; John Slemensek, director of Studio Bokehgo, a socially engaged film, photography, and publicity studio, and Nat Wilkins, a documentary photographer and filmmaker based in Northeast England, who also runs the video production company Canny Productions.
Leeds Digital Festival is the North's largest digital festival. Featured events include the return of Festival favourites FinTech North and Code in the Dark, as well as events based around data, healthtech, sports tech and startups. The exhibition will open as part of Leeds Digital Festival launch which will include the launch of the new tech hub at Platform. This will take place on the evening of Monday 16th April from 5-8pm.
The Artists selected for the exhibition are: Rhian Cooke, Frank Abbott, Ed Florance, Evgeniya Martirosyan, Katie Goodwin, Thomas Lisle, Ravinder Surah, Hondartza Fraga, Sid and Jim, Irini Folerou, Chen Wang, Victoria Lucas, and Melanie Menard.
As part of London Creative Network I will be showcasing a brand new experimental video work. All the artists involved have made new work using a new skill acquired whilst on the 6 month LCN programme. PV is on 23rd November at SPACE, 129 – 131 Mare St E8 3RH 6-9pm. The showcase will be open to public 24th-25th Nov 1-6pm. Come along if you can. kg
FEATURING THE ARTISTS: Anna Burel, Ben Branagan, Bert Gilbert, Catriona Leahy, Chao-chi Lau, Clare Gasson, Dafna Talmor, Danila Luppino, Deborah Tchoudjinoff, Diego Valente, Edwin Mingard, Fiona Grady, Katie Goodwin, Leah Clements, Louis Quail, Marcus Lyall, Neil Shirreff, Rita Parniczky, Valinia Svoronou, Vaughan Pilikian
Myself and Annelore Schneider (of the brilliant Swiss duo collective-fact) are curating a screening to show our latest films The Morrow and Invisible Architecture alongside some other video artists (full line up to be announced shortly). Venue: Swiss Church 79 Endell St WC2 | Doors open: 6pm
My sought after Dawn of the Rainbow print is off to China again to show at Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts Gallery as part of the 4th International Print-Making Workshop. The show will take place from 30th October until 5th November 2017.
My latest film The Morrow will be screening for the first time at the Friday screening. Please come along!