Victor Alimpiev at Regina Gallery

14.03.11
A still image from film 'Weak Rot Front' by Victor Alimpiev Regina Gallery will next month be the host to the first solo exhibition of Russian video artist Victor Alimpiev. The exhibition entitled Several, juxtaposes Alimpiev’s practice as a multifaceted artist – painter, choreographer, filmmaker – exploring the artist’s poetic visual language and his interest in interhuman relationships. Alimpiev’s video works are reminiscent of twentieth century avant-garde theatre with its expressive gestures and diluted language. Thoroughly choreographed but ...
The State of Things: Tim Shore

10.03.11
An Eye for An Eye by Valeria Fonseca An Eye for An Eye by Valeria Fonseca We talked to Tim Shore, Head of Animation at London College of Communication about ‘the state of things.’ What is animation at LCC? We have a range of animation courses but that’s just the courses with the word ‘animation’ in the title. Animation – its principles, techniques, and what people do with ...
Felicity Sparrow on Ian Breakwell

17.09.10
The Elusive State of Happiness, Ian Breakwell, 1979, image courtesy of Felicity Sparrow Ian Breakwell’s video works were described by Will Self as being “subtle enactments of an individual praxis that compel our attention, again and again, to the uneasy comity of lived life.” Working prolifically, and across a remarkable range of media, including performance, film, and television, his work is characterised by its wit, humour, ...
Tate and Aardman recruit UK Schoolkids

23.10.09
Production still from Sarah Cox's 3 Ways to Go Wallace and Gromit-siring Aardman Animations are working alongside the Olympics Legacy Trust charity and creative agency Fallon to harness the creative talent of a million UK primary school children for a film to be showcased at Tate Modern and cinemas across the country. The 20 minute film – the first to be produced by Tate – will be ...