THE MAB FILM EXERCISE

28.03.11
Film Still: Malcolm Le Grice, Castle 1 (1966) THE MAB FILM EXERCISE is a monthly programme of screenings and discussion that explores the social or political timeliness in curatorial approaches to artists’ film and video, as well as the diverse potential in approaches to the form. It began in December 2009. Each month guest curators working nationally to present are invited to discuss a programme, ...
LUX in Cardiff
30.12.10
Outcasting has invited Benjamin Cook and Mike Sperlinger, Directors of LUX, London to discuss the provisions needed to further support artists working with film and video in Wales. Keen to build a critical dialogue with artist filmmakers working there and develop a programme of talks and events, on the evening of 24 January in Cardiff (venue tbc) Ben and Mike will present an overview of ...
Awards Season by Ajay RS Hothi
23.09.10
Ajay RS Hothi considers two development programmes for artist filmmakers. The shortlist for the second annual series of FLAMIN Production awards has just been announced. A funding scheme for London-based artist filmmakers, Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network provides in 2010 eleven development awards of £1,000 before shortlisting between two to five artists for production awards of up to £50,000. Five production grants were awarded in the ...
LUX Associate Artists Programme: call for applications
18.07.10
Applications are invited for the LUX Associate Artists Programme 2010/11 (AAP), a 12 month post-academic development course for artists working with the moving image starting in November 2010. The AAP is a course for artists working with the moving image, who have completed a graduate or post-graduate course in the past five years. It aims to provide an intensive development focused ...
Mauricio Arango wins Video Salon

17.04.10
Mauricio Arango Since 2007 Matt Roberts Arts has produced the annual Salon Art Prize exhibiting the work of 244 artists and photographers. This year saw the inclusion of a new Video Art Salon, for which 41 artists were selected by Mike Sperlinger (LUX) and artist Zineb Sedira. The exhibition was split into two parts with works being shown through a video wall at the organisations project space ...
William Fowler

08.04.10
William Fowler William Fowler is Curator for Artists’ Moving Image at the British Film Institute’s National Archive. When did you start working at the BFI National Archive and what were you doing before that? It was June 2005, so I’ve been there nearly four years. I trained as a film archivist at the University of East Anglia and I had just worked at LUX,writing a website giving advice ...
Artists’ Moving Image Survey 2010

15.03.10
l'education sentimentale, Jimmy Robert (2005) LUX is undertaking a survey to find out about the state of current artists’ moving image practice in the UK. This survey is for UK-based artists who work with the moving image, and completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw to win an 8GB HD Flip Camcorder. The purpose of this is to gather information which can be used to ...