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Artist Moving Image programme - Laure Prouvost

30.1.2014
Film excerpt: Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.

Film excerpt: Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.

Film still from Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.

Film still from Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.

Film excerpt: Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.
Film still from Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.
Laure Prouvost interview with the ICA

Film excerpt: Laure Prouvost: It, hit, heat, (2010), SD video, colour, sound, 6 min. Courtesy the artist and MOT International, London.

 

Artist Moving Image programme - Laure Prouvost

Thursday 30 January / 7pm / Free (donations welcome)
Pre-booking essential online via Eventbrite.  

Contains flashing imagery, nudity and adult language.

 

A new nationwide programme of Artists' Moving Image originated by the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

 

This new network aims to support the development of Artists Moving Image and expand its growing audience with an accessible regular programme of screenings and events. The programme launches with a comprehensive profile screening by Turner Prize winning artist Laure Prouvost, drawing together a wide range of her moving image work. 

 

London-based artist and filmmaker Laure Prouvost’s humorous short films employ storytelling to construct precisely edited narratives that toy with language and association. This screening brings together a cross-section of the artist’s moving image work.

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About the artist

Laure Prouvost (born 1978, Lille, France) lives and works in London. The recent solo exhibition Farfromwords took place at Whitechapel Gallery, London, and Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia. Self-titled solo exhibitions took place at MOTINTERNATIONAL, London, Treasurer’s House, York and Art Exchange, Colchester (all 2012) and at IPS, Birmingham, in 2011. Recent group exhibitions include The Assistants (2013) at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, Schwitters in Britain (2013) at Tate Britain, London (2013) and Uber den Dilettantismus (2012) at Halle 14, Leipzig (2012). She has screened work in film festivals internationally and won the Principal Prize at both the 56th and 57th Oberhausen Film Festivals. In 2013 she won the Turner Prize and The Max Mara Art Prize for Women. She will have a solo exhibition at the New Museum, New York in 2014.

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Programme 

Burrow Me (2008), colour, sound, 12 min 47 sec

Owt (2009), colour, sound, 3 min 20 sec

Stong Sorry Bread (2008), colour, sound, 2min 48sec

this voice (2012), mp3, 51 sec

Wantee (2013), colour, sound, 13 min 18 sec

this voice (2012), mp3, 42 sec

Deeper (2011), colour, sound, 1 min 25 sec

this voice (2013), mp3, 1 min 14 sec

Object Vegetable (2011), colour, sound,  3 min 20 sec

Johnn Latham, Speak (1962), 16mm transferred to SD video, colour, sound, 11 min

It Hit Heat (2010), colour, sound, 7 min 21 sec

this voice (2012), mp3, 1 min 22 sec

Monolog (2010), colour, sound, 9 min 7 sec

Wind (2013), mp3, 1 min 15 sec

Swallow (2013), colour, sound, 12 min 6 sec

 

 

This event is presented in association with the ICA with support from The Foyle Foundation. (www.ica.org.uk)

 

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Forthcoming Artist Moving Image Screenings:

 

24 April

21st Century Pop

 

27 March

Aurélien Froment

 

27 February
Anja Kirschner and Dave Panos