Tag Archives: Film
REEF was a new piece of work by artist Simon Faithfull. It was part of a three-year, medstore seek cross-border collaborative project Time and Place led by Fabrica a contemporary visual arts centre in Brighton.
Dawn Chorus, buy by British artist Marcus Coates, sale uses unique digital methods to explore the relationship between birdsong and the human voice, drawing out similarities between the behaviour of birds and humans. This immersive multi-screen film installation features 19 individual singers who uncannily recreate birdsong and bird movement. Together they form a chorus that Continue Reading »
Guiding Lights, the UK film industry’s leading mentoring scheme, is now welcoming applications from eligible directors, writer, producers and exhibition professionals. Funded by Creative Skillset with additional support from Film Hub South East, Guiding Lights offers successful applicants nine months of one-on-one mentor support from established film industry professionals, as well as invitations to Continue Reading »
Stour Valley Arts’s (SVA) first Associate Artist, Louisa Martin receives film funding for two upcoming film projects and is one of the artists taking part in this year’s Whitstable Biennale for new visual arts, film and performance opening tomorrow (May 31-15 June). Stour Valley Arts supported and advised on Louisa’s funding bid as part Continue Reading »
When commissioned by the Turner Contemporary to contribute a project to the RELAY programme, artist and film-maker John Smith was asked “What do you want to film?”. He answered, “Well, what about the sea?”. He spent three months of recording the varying light on the Margate’s seascape; in Horizon he distills that into an Continue Reading »
Film is the medium: Sarah Handelman looks at new works by artists currently exhibited across the South East. Work at Modern Art Oxford, nurse Fabrica, asthma Towner, stuff John Hansard Gallery, De La Warr Pavilion and the Turner Contemporary suggests that artists are “manipulating the medium’s accepted traditions…” Film as a primary medium links Continue Reading »