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Spring 2019 programme

What might an artists’ cinema look like? This spring, we’ve three possible answers. Josh Wilson rethinks cinema’s mode of attention in 75,000 Solar Emblems, fusing talk, performance and screening, while Susie Green & Simon Bayliss look to the ubiquitous form of the music video for signs of DIY culture in Artists’ Music Videos. Harriet Plewis’ day of live music, film and movement Loving Attention, meanwhile, proposes a parallel cinema of community and dialogue. Maybe the alternative is hiding in plain sight! More…

Dialogue: Holly Argent

I’ve been thinking, when you programme film you can also be offering something of yourself at the same time as presenting another’s work and I wanted to sandwich myself within and around KwieKulik’s films as a way of doing that, to be vulnerable and to take programming film as a component of a practice just like any other. Read more...

Xitana

'No sooner have you been seduced by some seemingly out-of-time setting – an ancient monastery carved out of a cliff-face, a half-glimpsed ossuary – than you are jarred back into a more recognisably contemporary reality by a joke, a glimpse of teenage boredom, some embarrassing tourist behaviour, or an obtrusive drone.' —Mike Sperlinger on 'Xitana' Read more...


Artist interviews


Open Call selection: Spring 2019