APEngine recommends On-Curating.org, an independent international web-journal, which focuses on questions around curatorial practice and theory, and in its most recent issues considers film curation.
The ‘Curating Film’ issue presents interviews with curators who work primarily with the format of film and/or video. These interviews were all conducted during the Oberhausen Film Festival in 2009 by Siri Peyer and includes conversations with Ian White, Katerina ...
Sergio Fant, Photo Daniele Federico (www.becomingaphotoeditor.com)
APEngine caught up with Sergio Fant, programme advisor for the Venice Film Festival, to ask him how he got started – and kept going – curating film, and about the changes at Venice.
You’ve recently started working for the Venice Film Festival, but before, how did you get started programming film? Which films and filmmakers inspired you?
It all started back in ...
The Bressonian protagonist (Angus Brown in 'They Call Me...Don't Call Me...' - John Sealey 2006)
Campbell considers the No Heroes film programme, selected for the Progress Report exhibition at Iniva.
Iniva was founded with the ethos originating from the artistic and political initiatives of the ‘new internationalism’ and the Black Arts movement of the 1980s. Professor Stuart Hall, provided a blueprint for its remit which was to ...
Sutton Scarsdale Hall
The skeletal remains of Sutton Scarsdale Hall continue to decay. A dilapidated wreck of a structure, you enter at your own risk. This decay needs to be resisted and Sutton Scarsdale needs to live again…
In the very heart of England, Sutton Scarsdale Hall is to become the Pavilion of Postcontemporary Curating, a new international art facility set in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside, dedicated ...
XXX: Get Off at Edge Hill
APEngine talks to artists AL and AL, winners of the Liverpool Art Prize 2009, about XXX: Get Off at Edge Hill, a show they’ve curated to open Metal’s new space at Liverpool’s Edge Hill Station.
I want to ask you about your work as curators, but the background to that you’ve been collaborating as artists for a long time, and I ...