The Rough Cut + Irene Aristizábal

The Rough Cut is a free event for new work and work-in-progress by artists working with the moving image. For artists, it’s a useful way to share and get feedback on your work in a supportive environment. For everyone else, it’s a chance to see interesting new films.

Each session is moderated by a guest curator or artist, who also gives an introduction to their own practice.

See here for details of how to submit your work.

Wednesday 7 August 2019
Tyneside Cinema (Digital Lounge)

About the moderator

Irene Aristizábal is the Head of Curatorial and Public Practice at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. She is also co-curating the British Art Show 9, alongside Hammad Nasar which opens in Manchester in 2020, and tours to Wolverhampton, Aberdeen and Plymouth.

Irene worked as Head of Exhibitions at Nottingham Contemporary since 2013, where she curated exhibitions and commissioned projects by Lis Rhodes, Pia Camil, Steffani Jemison, Otobong Nkanga, Simon Starling, Michael Beutler, Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Sun Ra, Rana Hamadeh, Danai Anesiadou, Danh Võ, Carol Rama and Asco. Recent group exhibitions include Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender Resistance (2018 – co-curated with Rosie Cooper and Cédric Fauq) and States of America: Photography from the Civil Rights Movement to the Reagan Era (2017 – co-curated with Abi Spinks).

She was curator at the FRAC Nord Pas de Calais, Dunkirk in 2010–11, and was the recipient of the H+F Curatorial Grant (2010). Prior to that she co-directed the not-for-profit space Bétonsalon in Paris (2005-06). She has also curated exhibitions at the Fundació Miró, Barcelona; Maison Rouge, Paris; Form Content, London and the Museum of Health Sciences, Bogota.


They Listened With Waterlogged Ears

Aloe Corry

Video, colour, sound

Sunbeams and Snake Venom

Alice Highet

Video, colour, sound

It’s Not My Fault She’s Worried

Hazel Soper

Video, colour, cound