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May: Video Space

Film still, Nick Laessing, Researches undertaken for the museum of Alessandro Cruto, 2010

Film still, Nick Laessing, Researches undertaken for the museum of Alessandro Cruto, 2010

Film still, Tom Smith

Film still, Tom Smith

Film still, Nick Laessing, Researches undertaken for the museum of Alessandro Cruto, 2010
Film still, Tom Smith

Film still, Nick Laessing, Researches undertaken for the museum of Alessandro Cruto, 2010

A changing monthly programme of films in our first floor Video Space.

 

 

1 - 10 May / 27 - 1 June 2012

Admission free / Running throughout normal opening hours

 

Curated by Olivia Plender

A selection of recent film and video work by contemporary artists, which has been curated by current exhibitor Olivia Plender.

 

Films include:

 

Maija Timonen
The Debtors, 2008

 

David Kelly and Patty Chang

Flotsam Jetsam

 

Candice Lin

Holograms, 2010

 

Richard Ibgy & Marilou Lemmens

Sesame Street Economics, 2009

 

Anja Kirschner & David Panos

The Last days of Jack Sheppard, 2009

 

Richard John Jones

Proh-soh'pa-peer, 2009

 

Nick Laessing

Researches undertaken for the museum of Alessandro Cruto, 2010

Lux logo

 

Matthew Noel Tod

Obcy Aktorzy / Foreign Actors, 2006

 

Kindly supported by Lux

 

 

 

10 – 27 May 2012

Admission free / Running throughout normal opening hours

 

Admitting the Flats

Curated by Open File

 

Ivan Argote, George Barber, Stuart Croft, Alia Pathan, Rachel Pimm, Olivia Plender, Rachel Reupke, Jamie Shovlin and Tom Smith.

 

Concerned with the imaginary boundary between the work and its audience, ‘Admitting the Flats’ is a programme of moving image works that seek to find that boundary and when it breaks. Fiction, narrative and theatricality are pressed and pushed to explore their workings and find their limits.

 

www.openfile.org.uk

What is Video Space?

A changing monthly programme of films in our first floor Video Space.