Print the Legend by Ajay RS Hothi

05.10.10
American Night, Julian Rosefeldt, image courtesy of the BFI Gallery As American Night by the German artist Julian Rosefeldt replaces John Akomfrah’s ravishing Mnemosyne at the BFI Gallery; and as the Hayward Gallery prepare for Isaac Julien’s ambitious nine-screen installation Ten Thousand Waves (which itself, has travelled the world already) and as we lie in the wake of one of the most successful films of the year thus ...
Eija-Liisa Ahtila exhibition at Parasol unit

04.03.10
Elja-Liisa Ahtila - Where is Where? Dates: 26 Feb–25 Apr | Location: Parasol unit, London Parasol unit is delighted to present a major solo exhibition by the renowned Finnish film and video artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila. It will include three important moving image installations never before seen in England. There will be a symposium  ‘Considering the work of Eija-Liisa Ahtila’,  at Parasol unit on Saturday 13th March, between 2- ...
No Heroes Redux by Campbell

15.02.10
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 ...
Melanie Keen on Free to Air

15.10.09
Erika Tan, Exercises in Phonological Stretching from PIDGIN: interrupted transmission, 2001 We talked to curator Melanie Keen about her film programmes for the Free to Air project. Where does the title for the programme – Freedoms of Speech – come from? It’s one of four freedoms that Roosevelt spoke about – of speech, of religion, freedom from want and freedom from fear. They underpin Free to Air, a ...