25th April 2013
This event is an occasion to congregate artists and students working with the material of celluloid film, and to enjoy the visceral and sculptural pleasures of analogue films and their projectors. This is an experimental platform, and many of the works are being seen for the first time. Maria Anastassiou, Jenny Baines, Oliver Bancroft, Louise Colbourne, Karel Doing, Sally Golding. Nicky Hamlyn, Lucy Harris, Bea Haut, Jim Hobbs, David Leister, Sophie Micheal, Giusy Pirrotta, Greg Pope, Vicky Smith, Jutu Van der Made
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Friday 19th July
We are off to Latitude
We are off to Latitude with lots of thoughts and deeds in mind. Neatly positioned around the various projections and machinations that are The Big Screen.... First up is Vincent Oliver of an early Friday evening dallying with our little electronic affections despite our pleas for understanding .... followed by Cursor Miner who is laying the path for Phil Hartnol to shimmy down past midnight.. Saturday Rising with the buzzard that missed half the day, we join our man as he leads the children of the sunblock in an exploration of what it is to disco at an early age.It will be Cursor for Kids. The early evening brings the 100 foot film screening to an end and the all rounders of the music and muse: Seftel and the company that includes poet Katherine Kinsella and Panos Ghikas of The Chap and MIGRO will delight and thwart us with an exploration of What is a song & When does it end?? This will be documented by several conflicted sources and relayed to the big screen in stereo if nothing else.Followed by the masters of the deep and the very deep ...Rome Pays Off formally (our very own) Rothko ..who with gentle vehemence and subtle outages weave a new sonic solution to the climax of the masterpiece Metropolis
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