Terry Flaxton: High Resolution Moving Image Works

06.12.10
In Other People's Skins, Terry Flaxton Dates: 9-19 December | Location: P3, University of Westminster, London APEngine recommends the upcoming exhibition of high resolution digital works by artist and cinematographer, Terry Flaxton showing at the Ambika P3 space. The exhibition will feature 12 High Definition works from single screen to installation and represents one of the largest gatherings of high definition display, yet made in the UK (there ...
Breda Beban: My Funeral Song

20.06.10
Still from My Funeral Song, 2010, Breda Beban Dates: 11 June – 5 September | Location: Camden Arts Centre, London My Funeral Song is Breda Beban’s most recent work – a five-screen video installation, presented alongside an earlier series of films, Little Songs To Cry To (2003). Each screen in My Funeral Song focuses on one of Beban’s close friends as they listen to the song they ...
onedotzero
19.05.10
Filmmakers should send their innovative short films, installations, interactive work and live audiovisual performances to onedotzero to be considered for their annual showcase at the BFI Southbank, London, UK, 10-14 November 2010 before touring internationally. The five-day festival is the first stop on onedotzero’s extensive worldwide network of events. Submissions are free and can include work in the following categories: Animation + short form: progressive work of ...
Persistence of Vision

07.05.10
Invisible Film, Melik Ohanian Dates: 18 June – 5 September | Location: FACT, Liverpool How does memory influence what we see? What part does technology play in shaping both how we see and what we remember? Informed by scientific research and inspired by historical developments in media technology, Liverpool’s FACT presents an exhibition exploring the relationship between vision, memory and media. Persistence of Vision brings together the multimedia work ...
Melanie Gilligan at Chisenhale

29.04.10
Popular Unrest, Melanie Gilligan From 7 May to 20 June Chisenhale Gallery premieres a new film and installation commission by Melanie Gilligan. Gilligan works in video, performance, text, installation and music. Her new film Popular Unrest is a multi-episode drama set in a future much like the present that explores a world in which the self is reduced to physical biology. All exchange transactions and social interactions ...
Apichatpong Weerasethakul

16.04.10
Apichatpong Weerasethakul Apichatpong Weerasethakul is a singular and distinctive artist and filmmaker. All his films and artworks are set in his native Thailand. Often non-linear and with a strong sense of dislocation, his works deal with memory, subtly addressing personal politics and social issues. Working independently of the Thai commercial film industry, he is active in promoting experimental and independent filmmaking through his company Kick the ...
Jennet Thomas at Matt’s Gallery

09.04.10
All Suffering SOON TO END!, Jennet Thomas Dates: 14 April-6 June | Location: Matt’s Gallery, London Jennet Thomas’ first exhibition at Matt’s Gallery, All Suffering SOON TO END!, comprises narrative film and installation which incorporates sculpture, sound and performance. Thomas has reconstructed the gallery into two interconnecting chambers. The first is the Dark Chamber in which a 30 minute film ...