The ICA Artists’ Film Biennial 2016 is a five-day celebration of artists’ film and moving image, which takes place from 25–29 May 2016. The Biennial, now in its second edition will offer audiences the opportunity to see some of the best new film and rarely seen works in one place and engage directly with artists, curators and industry practitioners from all over the world.
Recent issues where computer programs and algorithms have incorrectly identified people and objects have started to open a wider debate about the socio-political ramifications of such misrepresentation. Artist Max Dovey – whom we first profiled in Imperica back in 2011 – is addressing these issues head-on in his new work, How to be more or less human.
Olga Koroleva, P+TBM recent graduate is curating a program at
of film/video and sound works. Construction Gallery, is an initiative of POST artist network. Submissions are welcome from artists living and working within the 5 mile radius of Tooting Broadway.Deadline 19 February (though the earlier the better!)
Full details on their ‘get involved‘ page.
Please spread the word! And of course submit your work if you fit the criteria.
Max Dovey intereviewed about his degree show work on Imperica.com!http://www.imperica.com/features/motions-and-emotionsWhen Emotional Stock Market is performed, tweets featuring happiness and love battle it out in an incredibly fast stream. Sad emotions attract a lower amount of tweets, at around 15% of the total, but as Dovey observes, are more likely to be genuine and raw in their content. Roleplaying a stock market is based on the assumption that we all basically know how to trade. Participants take a share, read out the tweets regarding the share, and attempt to trade it with others as the price fluctuates. Because the tweets are printed on till receipt paper, their tactility is used to signify that emotions are cheapened and valued through being represented in a commercialised, short-form manner. Ultimately, it is designed to question as to whether there should be an economic value of emotional wellbeing at al
Don’t forget to check out the work of Agnieszka ( who graduated from P+TBM) this year
running 26 November – 23 January at ICA
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2010 Introduction
The highly regarded New Contemporaries exhibition is a snapshot of today’s emerging art landscape featuring 49 artists working across film, sculpture, photography, painting, animation and performance. Offering unparalleled access to new practice and ideas from across the UK, this exhibition sits at the heart of a dynamic and discursive programme of discussions, workshops and performances for both artists and audiences.
Two of our P+ TBM students – Sharon Mc Elroy and Jack Frizwell had videos featured in
This exciting new collaboration by HMV Curzon and Wimbledon College of Art, This project has been produced to create a hub for artist’s moving image and avant garde cinema in South West London, which brings the latest moving image work and oppurtunities to meet the artists.
The second installment, continuing on from the initial launch event in September, will be joined by artist filmaker Ben Rivers who will be screening his work and available for Q & A after. Three of his films from across his practice will be screened, including The Coming Race (2006), A World Rattled of Habit (2008) and I Know Where I Am Going (2009). For more information about Ben Rivers please see www.benrivers.com.
Accompanying the screening, a selection of students from Wimbledon College of Art will be showcasing their films.
Screening is on Monday 6th December 2010, 6.30pm at Hmzcurzon Wimbledon, 23 The Broadway, SW19 1RE.
Tickets are prices from £6-£7. Please book online at www.hmvcurzon.com
Ex Wimbledon TBM student Jade Coles will be performing at the ICA as part of Eileen Simpson and Ben White’s new short video work The Brilliant and the Dark, a restaging of a 1969 cantata for women’s voices of the same name. Following a discussion with the artists and choir leader Deborah Coughlin (chaired by curator Anna Colin), the radically remixed cantata will be performed live by the extraordinary 22-piece women’s choir Gaggle.