Zuecca Projects presents Daata in Venice
May
10
to Aug 31

Zuecca Projects presents Daata in Venice

Zuecca Projects presents: Daata in Venice

A Daata Editions Mix Tape for the Venice Biennale 2017

Featuring artists: David Blandy, Jacky Connolly, Jeremy Couillard, Casey Jane Ellison, Yung Jake, Daniel Keller & Martti Kalliala, Sara Ludy, Rachel Maclean, C.O. Moed, Scott Reeder, Charles Richardson, Artie Vierkant, Susanne Wiegner, Saya Woolfalk, Zadie Xa.

Individual artworks can be found in over 20 shop venues at locations around the city to celebrate the Venice Biennale. The Daata in Venice Mix Tape will feature on TV Channel 23 in all hotel rooms at the Bauer Hotel, May-Aug 2017. You can see the video compilation on the boat’s screens.

See www.daata-editions.com and www.zueccaprojects.com for full information, artworks and Click here to view a link to the interactive map

Sponsors for Daata in Venice: Falerio Sarti /Solar Magazine

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Medieval-City One, Two Queens, Leicester
Jun
16
to Sep 2

Medieval-City One, Two Queens, Leicester

Medieval-City One
17th June – 2nd September 2017

Opening: 16/06/2017 7:00 pm

Larry Achiampong & David Blandy,
Ashley Holmes,
Georgia Horgan,
Pil and Galia Kollectiv,
Medieval helpdesk (Lara Eggleton & David Steans)

Medieval-City One is a group exhibition and series of events that seeks to think about the future in a Medieval state of mind. Taking its title from Judge Dredd’s Mega-City One, the project invites artists to imagine a proposed city state formed from misunderstood and appropriated remnants of the past. Through newly commissioned video and installation works, the contributing artists deal with the constructs of bureaucracy, colonialism, national identity, immigration, ethnicity, posthumanism, the gendered body, and tourism.

This exhibition is part of a programme of exhibitions and events at Two Queens across 2016-18 kindly supported by public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Leicester City Council and De Montfort University.

Two Queens

2 Queen Street, Leicester, LE1 1QW.
info@2queens.com

Gallery Opening Times:
Thursday – Saturday 12-6pm during exhibitions and by appointment
 

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Wilderness Way, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art
Jun
17
to Oct 8

Wilderness Way, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Wilderness Way treats Margaret Thatcher’s visit to Teesside in 1987 as a jumping-off point to reflect on a period that shaped the global present. The exhibition is structured around key episodes of Thatcher’s career between 1977 and 1987, including strikes, riots, and wars. It features critical representations of Thatcher, and topics both past and present associated with her policies. Art, documentation, photographic records, film, news footage, music, scratch video, printed matter, and memorabilia illustrate such themes as class struggle, agency, racial division, and protest.

The participating artists are Larry Achiampong and David Blandy with Kamile Ofoeme, John Akomfrah/Black Audio Film Collective, Conrad Atkinson, Chila Kumari Burman, Jeremy Deller, Duvet Brothers, Aikaterini Gegisian, Dawn Mellor, Keith Piper, and Vron Ware; the items and archival materials are drawn from BBC Look North, Teesside Archives, The Gazette, and local personal holdings.

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

June 17–October 8, 2017

www.mima.art

 

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Finding Fanon Sequence, Plymouth Arts Centre, 7 July - 2 September 2017
Jul
6
to Sep 2

Finding Fanon Sequence, Plymouth Arts Centre, 7 July - 2 September 2017

Finding Fanon Sequence
Larry Achiampong and David Blandy

Plymouth Arts Centre

7 July - 2 September

Preview: Thursday 6 July, 6–8pm

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy will be in conversation with Ben Borthwick, PAC Artistic Director at 7pm

The exhibition premiere of Larry Achiampong and David Blandy’s film trilogy Finding Fanon (2015—17) is a moving and multi-layered exploration of race, identity and globalisation. Inspired by the radical thinker Frantz Fanon (1925—1961), the trilogy considers Fanon’s ideas about the mental distress caused by colonialism and the social and cultural consequences of decolonisation, and the ways race, racism and societal issues affect our relationships. The films move between past, present and future, blending personal histories and pop culture with science fiction and post-colonial theory. Footage of the artists shot in empty coastal and rural locations is collaged with their avatars wandering the deserted scenarios of Grand Theft Auto.

Plymouth Arts Centre
38 Looe St, Plymouth PL4 0EB

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Be Magnificent: Walthamstow School of Art 1957-1967 Summer School
Jul
12
to Jul 13

Be Magnificent: Walthamstow School of Art 1957-1967 Summer School

Be Magnificent: Walthamstow School of Art 1957-1967 Summer School

A Study of Line: Self portraiture through Graphic Novels with David Blandy

July 12, 2017

7—8.30pm

William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4PP

In this workshop led by artist David Blandy you will learn how to construct, draw and plan a comic strip and be introduced to the skills necessary to combine text and image in order to tell your stories.

Participants will examine master practitioners such as Harvey Pekar, Art Spiegelman, Osamu Tezuka, Alison Bechdel and Chris Ware before constructing their own stories based on important moments in their lives.

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David Blandy works with the image in the digital world, from the YouTube tutorial and music videos, to television series, anime and the narrative sections of computer games; highlighting our relationship with popular culture and investigating what makes us who we are. Within each work he deconstructs the form, placing himself as the alienated subject in a prefabricated cultural archetype. Through this process Blandy questions our relationship with the narratives that surround and shape us, to find what forms the contemporary collective unconscious.

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Create London

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Tate Modern, Starr Cinema: 'Finding Fanon Trilogy', talk and screening Wed May 24, 7-9pm
May
24
7:00pm 7:00pm

Tate Modern, Starr Cinema: 'Finding Fanon Trilogy', talk and screening Wed May 24, 7-9pm

Tate Modern Film

The Finding Fanon Trilogy
Larry Achiampong & David Blandy

24 May 2017 at 19.00–21.00, £8 Concessions available

Starr Cinema

Tate Modern
Bankside
London
SE1 9TG

BOOK TICKETS HERE

A moving and multi-layered exploration of race, identity and globalisation inspired by the radical thinker Franz Fanon

The Finding Fanon trilogy (2015–17) by Larry Achiampong and David Blandy blends personal histories, pop culture and post-colonial theory to examine how we navigate the digital and physical worlds of the twenty-first century. Join us for this exclusive screening – the first time the trilogy has been screened together – followed by a conversation between the artists.

Programme

Finding Fanon Part One 2015
Ultra HD colour video, Stereo Sound, 16:9, 15 min
Directors, writers and composers: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy
Supported by Arts Council England

Finding Fanon Part Two 2015
Ultra HD colour video, Stereo Sound, 16:9, 9 min
Directors, writers and composers: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy
Produced by Artsadmin
Commissioned by Brighton Digital Festival
Supported by Arts Council England

Finding Fanon Part Three 2017
Ultra HD colour video, Stereo Sound, 16:9, 14 min
Directors, writers and composers: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy
Supported by Arts Council England and Wysing Arts Centre

Supported by
The J Isaacs Charitable Trust

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Posthuman Complicities: "I hear the waters’ song", mumok, Vienna: Curated by Andrea Popelka & Lisa Stuckey
Apr
26
7:00pm 7:00pm

Posthuman Complicities: "I hear the waters’ song", mumok, Vienna: Curated by Andrea Popelka & Lisa Stuckey

Andrea Popelka and Lisa Stuckey have curated a film program to be screened on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 19:00 at mumok cinema, Vienna.

The film program is to complement the exhibition "Posthuman Complicities" at The Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.

Program

Hannah Black, My Bodies, 2015, 4 min
Larry Achiampong & David Blandy, Finding Fanon Part Two, 2015, 10 min
Paul Maheke, What Flows Through and Across, 2017, 14 min
Akosua Adoma Owusu, Drexciya, 2010, 11 min
The Otolith Group, Hydra Decapita, 2010, 31 min

Presented by Andrea Popelka and Lisa Stuckey

“I hear the waters’song” takes place in connection with the exhibition Posthuman Complicities currently on show at xhibit at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: this exhibition addresses concepts of fluidity, the Atlantic, and the deep seas, seeing the ocean as a location of violence and resistance. The focus of the accompanying program at mumok cinema is on music as a store of colonial history, with a central role taken by the Detroit techno duo Drexciya. In a series of publications and an accompanying mythology, Drexciya reformulated a speculative version of the 1781 massacre on the slave ship Zong, transferring the story to the present day. A large number of filmmakers and artists have drawn on the work of Drexciya. Spirits from the past are conjured up, allowing their voices to be heard in the rhythms of language and song, and in essayistic and simulated moving images. Audre Lorde says: “I hear the waters’ song, feel the tides within the fluids of my body, hear the sea echoing my mother’s voices of survival […] I hear them resounding inside me from swish to boom – from the dark to the moon of fullness.”

mumok kino

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FILM COLOGNE: A Goth Life; Cologne, Germany
Apr
25
12:00pm12:00pm

FILM COLOGNE: A Goth Life; Cologne, Germany

A Goth Life curated by Daata Editions. A special exhibition of artists and artworks from Daata Editions

Artists in "A Goth Life" include: Larry Achiampong, Thora Dolven Balke, David Blandy, Jake Chapman, Jacky Connolly, Keren Cytter, Casey Jane Ellison, Tracey Emin, Ed Fornieles, Leo Gabin, Yung Jake, Rachel Maclean, Jillian Mayer, Takeshi Murata, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, Hannah Perry, Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings, Scott Reeder, Jacolby Satterwhite, Zadie Xa.

Features from artists on Daata Editions
Daata has also curated a selection of artist's longer works and features to be played each day of the fair at specific times. Artists are: Sue de Beer, David Blandy/Larry Achiampong, Jacky Connolly, Matt Copson, Keren Cytter, Casey Jane Ellison, Leo Gabin, Rachel Maclean, Jillian Mayer & Lucas Leyva, Takeshi Murata & Robert Beatty, Hannah Perry, Scott Reeder, John Skoog, Chloe Wise, Zadie Xa.

FILM COLOGNE PRESS RELEASE

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Before Chaos: A decade of videoclub: 31 March 7-10pm
Mar
31
7:00pm 7:00pm

Before Chaos: A decade of videoclub: 31 March 7-10pm

A celebration of artists’ film, video and sound featuring:

Anthony McCall / Heather Phillipson / Rachel Maclean / Semiconductor / Larry Achiampong / David Blandy / Megan Broadmeadow / Sebastian Buerkner / Jennifer Chan / Anita Delaney / Robert Fox / Thomas Lock / Michael Robinson / Ben Russell / Richard Sides / Daniel Swan / Bristol Experimental and Expanded Film (BEEF) / Storm Bugs / Sculpture plus more

UK Premieres by: Choi Sai Ho / Wong Ping / Lu Yang / Shi Zheng

See the full programme (PDF): BEFORE CHAOS PROGRAMME
FREE ENTRYRESERVE YOUR TICKET
St John’s Church, Waterloo

Drawing on film workshop: 4:30 – 6:30pm

Programme: 7- 9pm – including live performances, installation and screenings
DJ: 9 -10pm
Pay bar

Celebrating a decade of videoclub and Light Club’s 5th anniversay.

SUPPORTED BY ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND

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'ARS17- Hello World!', Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland in 2017
Mar
30
to Apr 30

'ARS17- Hello World!', Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland in 2017

ARS17 takes over Kiasma in 2017

The internet and digitalization have radically altered our everyday lives. They have transformed our work, recreation, culture and economy and changed the way we communicate with one another. The internet has become a platform for constructing identities and expressing emotions. And, inevitably, the digital revolution has also influenced the practice of art.

ARS17 is a major exhibition of international contemporary art on the theme of digital revolution.  The exhibition will showcase artists of the new millennium and offer a fresh approach to contemporary art by also expanding the viewing experience into the online realm.

The exhibition showcases a large number of leading contemporary artists.

ARS17+ Online Art

ARS17 will serve as a platform for Kiasma to develop the methods for presenting art and jaettavuutta. As part of the exhibition, the museum will launch a website, ARS17+ Online Art presenting online artworks.

ARS17 artists

Guide to ARS17

ARS17 events and performances

Experience ARS17+

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Strange Love International Time Based Media Festival: 9-24 March 2017
Mar
9
to Mar 24

Strange Love International Time Based Media Festival: 9-24 March 2017

Strangelove festival kicks off with a double launch of the film Brigitte (2016) A film by Jyll Bradley with Thierry Bal and the exhibition  Sight and Sound curated by Faye Golley. The exhibition will include works by Fari Bradley, Scott Dunham, Rob Smith, Philippa Wall and Luke Jones.

From March 9th-24th join us for a sixteen day celebration of artists video, film, performance and sound as Strangelove Festival takes over, the streets and spaces of Folkestone.  With a packed programme of live events, screenings, exhibitions, workshops and talks Strangelove Festival brings together the diversity and talent of over 100 international, UK and local artists. Video works from artists that include, Mark Wallinger, Richard Wilson and Tracey Emin.

Programme Info

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'Dialogue de l’ombre double', Videobox, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris
Mar
2
to Apr 29

'Dialogue de l’ombre double', Videobox, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris

Le Carreau du Temple have invited exhibition curators Romain Chenais and Philippe Joppin, to present their program for VIDEOBOX from 2 March to 29 April 2017.

This is the third edition of VIDEOBOX, which every two months invites an artist, a curator, a gallery or an institution to present a program of video art in Cloakroom 9 at Le Carreau du Temple.

► Curator : Romain Chenais

♦ Darren Bader,
The Vagrant, 2015
HD Video with sound
13‘34

♦ Arnaud Dezoteux,
Sous le Soleil de Neubourg 2016
HD Video with sound
13‘21

♦ David Blandy,
How to Make a Short Video about Extinction, 2014
HD Video with sound
9‘47

♦ CrowbCat
Crushed between two portals, 2016
HD Video with sound
2‘53

Watch from 3.03 to 10.03 / from 17.03 to 24.03 / from 31.03 to 07.04 and from 21.04 to 24.04

Le Carreau du Temple
Monday-Saturday 10am-10pm
2 rue Perrée 75003 Paris

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New Art Exchange, Nottingham: Fri 24 Feb; Talk with Larry Achiampong & David Blandy & curator Hansi Momodu-Gordon
Feb
24
6:30pm 6:30pm

New Art Exchange, Nottingham: Fri 24 Feb; Talk with Larry Achiampong & David Blandy & curator Hansi Momodu-Gordon

THE VIRTUAL SELF: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy in conversation with Hansi Momodu-Gordon

24 February 2017, 6.30pm - 8.30pm

As technology becomes a prevalent part of our daily lives, what does the future hold for how we see and navigate our identities at a distance from the body? UNTITLED co-curator Hansi Momodu-Gordon is joined by exhibiting collaborative artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy to explore how social constructs such as class, race, gender and politics can be solidified or radically challenged in the digital realm. In what ways could these representations one day stand in for our physical bodies?

Admission: FREE

New Art Exchange

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'All Channels Open', Wysing Arts Centre, ends Mar 26
Feb
11
to Mar 26

'All Channels Open', Wysing Arts Centre, ends Mar 26

"All Channels Open"
Wysing Arts Centre

11 Feb - 26 March 2017, open every day, 12-5pm

Our first exhibition of 2017 is All Channels Open, which brings together the ten artists who were in-residence at Wysing during 2016: Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Beatrice Dillon, Henna-Riikka Halonen, Evan Ifekoya, Wojciech Kosma, Lawrence Lek, Laura O’Neill, Florence Peake and Gary Zhexi Zhang.

All Channels Open is curated by John Bloomfield and supported with funding from Arts Council England. Open every day, 12–5pm and continuing until 26 March.

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'Public View', Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool
Feb
4
to Apr 23

'Public View', Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool

Public View

Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 - Sun, 23 Apr 2017

Curated by Bluecoat Artistic Director Bryan Biggs, the exhibition Public View brings together works by 100 artists who have previously exhibited at Bluecoat. This is but a small sample of the many hundreds of artists who have shown here. However, it aims to reflect something of Bluecoat’s curatorial interests and distinctiveness over this period. 

Artists include:

John Akomfrah / Conrad Atkinson / David Blandy / Sonia Boyce / Pete Clarke / Cornford & Cross / Adam Dant / Jeremy Deller / Sokari Douglas Camp / Bill Drummond / Nina Edge / Alec Finlay / Leo Fitzmaurice / Susan Hefuna / Adrian Henri / Lubaina Himid / John Hyatt / Peter Kennard / Mark Leckey / Hew Locke / Elizabeth Magill / Jacqueline Morreau / Paul Morrison / Yoko Ono / Paul Rooney / Imran Qureshi / Lesley Sanderson / Peter Saville / Yinka Shonibare / The Singh Twins / Padraig Timoney / Tom Wood

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Parallax scrolling, Breese | Little Gallery, London
Jan
18
to Jan 21

Parallax scrolling, Breese | Little Gallery, London

Parallax scrolling

Screening programme curated by Rebecca Lewin
Breese | Little Gallery

Preview: 18 January, 6 – 9 pm

19 – 21 January 2017

The Parallax scrolling screening programme, curated by Rebecca Lewin together with artists Nicholas Hatfull, Lauren Keeley and Jackson Sprague, explores the treatment of perspective, depth and perception in two and three dimensions.

Incorporating a number of different moving image techniques, the short films in the screening programme draw attention to the ways in which space and movement can be suggested on screen, creating both a precursor and a parallel to the experience of moving through the exhibition of works that will follow the screenings.

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'Untitled: Art on the conditions of our time', New Art Exchange, 14 Jan-19 Mar 2017
Jan
13
to Mar 19

'Untitled: Art on the conditions of our time', New Art Exchange, 14 Jan-19 Mar 2017

UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time

14 January 2017 - 19 March 2017

New Art Exchange, Nottingham

Main Gallery & Mezzanine Gallery

Launch event: 13 January 2016, 6pm - 8pm

Review by Morgan Quaintance & Kirsty Lang, Front Row, Radio 4, Fri 13 January
Download here

UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time is a major new touring exhibition produced by New Art Exchange, curated in collaboration with NAE by Paul Goodwin and Hansi Momodu-Gordon. The show adopts a progressive stance on exhibition making to allow new ways of thinking about art by African diaspora artists to emerge. In a bold move, fixed curatorial themes have been stripped out to create a stimulating space where artworks can be experienced more openly, and where the interplay between the artists' practices can be observed. As the exhibition curators state, "This is not a show 'about' a coherent movement – instead it presents works by British African diaspora artists outside of the usual framing".

New Art Exchange

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'Premier of Finding Fanon Gaiden: Delete', Cinemateket, Oslo
Dec
9
6:00pm 6:00pm

'Premier of Finding Fanon Gaiden: Delete', Cinemateket, Oslo

PREMIER // FINDING FANON GAIDEN: DELETE

By David Blandy & Larry Achiampong

9 December 2016 // 18.00  
Cinemateket, Dronningensgate 16, 0105 Oslo
Entry // Free of charge

PRAKSIS and Mennesker i Limbo (People in Limbo) are pleased to announce the premier of Finding Fanon Gaiden: Delete, a new film by artists David Blandy and Larry Achaimpong. The film will be followed by a panel discussion delving into the film’s production and complex politics addressed by the film, particularly in terms of being paperless in Norway today.

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'HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER', Cubitt, London
Dec
7
to Dec 18

'HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER', Cubitt, London

HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER

CUBITT

Private view: Wednesday 7 December, 6.30 – 8.30pm
with a special game tournament

8 - 18 December 2016
Wednesday to Sunday, 12.00 – 6.00pm

Here Comes a New Challenger is an exhibition featuring video interviews relating to the 2D arcade game Street Fighter II and the closure of two key London game arcades, Trocadero and Casino.

As part of an ongoing research project by the artists David Blandy, Larry Achiampong and James A. Holland, this collaboration with Curatorial Fellow Morgan Quaintance -the last project for his Cubitt Fellowship- focuses on the cultural impact, social networks and practices that the game produced in London during the 1990s and early 2000s.

For further details on Cubitt and its programmes please contact us:
+44 (0)20 7278 8226 or email info@cubittartists.org.uk

CUBITT
Gallery | Studios | Education

8 Angel Mews
London N1 9HH
020 7278 8226
cubittartists.org.uk

Gallery hours:
Wed-Sun, 12-6pm
Admission free

 

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'Meeting the Machine Half Way', Wysing Arts, Sat 19 Nov 2-8pm
Nov
19
2:00pm 2:00pm

'Meeting the Machine Half Way', Wysing Arts, Sat 19 Nov 2-8pm

WYSING ARTS CENTRE

MEETING THE MACHINE HALF-WAY
SATURDAY 19 NOVEMBER, 2–8PM

To book your free place on this Study Day please visit our Eventbrite page, here.

Electricity flows from motherboards into muscle memory. Neurones fire into logic gates across silicon synapses. We must become a part of the system, in order to overcome it. Welcome to the arcade.

For their Study Day, Meeting the Machine Half-way, current artists-in-residence David Blandy, Larry Achiampong, and Gary Zhexi Zhang will be joined by curator Morgan Quaintance, gamer and artist Danielle Nelson (Zakuta/Izanami), researchers Carleigh Morgan and Nathaniel Zetter, alongside other invited contributors, to take part in a programme of talks, demonstrations and a live gaming tournament.

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'That Time', Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum, Iceland, 27 Oct - 18 Dec 2016
Oct
27
to Dec 18
Cycle Music and Arts Festival, Kopavogur Iceland
Oct
27
to Oct 30

Cycle Music and Arts Festival, Kopavogur Iceland

Cycle Music & Art Festival

27 - 30 OCTOBER 2016 | KOPAVOGUR ICELAND

Larry Achiampong & David Blandy will be showing 'Finding Fanon Part II' at GERÐARSAFN - KÓPAVOGUR ART MUSEUM

The festival, now in its second year, serves as an international and local platform for contemporary art music and visual arts and the intersection between both disciplines. Deeply rooted in Iceland’s exceptional cultural scene, it uses the unique natural environment as an echo chamber in order to explore questions of deep time and peak futures. With an exhibition at Gerðarsafn Museum and other venues in Kopavogur and a rich programme of performances and concerts, Cycle initiates collaborations and experimentation, and forges interdisciplinary productions which revolve around iterations, structured time, and eternal returns.

Cycle Music and Art Festival is organised in collaboration with Curated Place and is a partner of Moving Classics - European Network for New Music, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. 

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'Experimental Motion', Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Oct 22 2016-June 4 2017
Oct
22
to Jun 4

'Experimental Motion', Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Oct 22 2016-June 4 2017

Experimental Motion: the art of film innovation
Spotlight Gallery, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
22 October 2016 to 4 June 2017

A new display at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery will tell the story of experimental film-making in Brighton & Hove, from 1896 to the present day.

Unknown to many, both Brighton and Hove have played a rich and important part in international film history. Early film-making pioneers including George Albert Smith and James Williamson, who became known as the Brighton School and worked here at the turn of the 20th century, while Modern and contemporary filmmakers and moving image artists – like Jeff Keen, Ben Wheatley and Ben Rivers – have cemented the city’s status as a hotbed of experimental film.

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Wysing Poly Residency
Oct
3
to Nov 30

Wysing Poly Residency

2016 ARTIST RESIDENCIES
Following an Open Call for applications we are pleased to announce the artists who will in-residence at Wysing during 2016 are - Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Beatrice Dillon, Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, Evan Ifekoya, Wojciech Kosma, Lawrence Lek, Laura O’Neill, Florence Peake and Gary Zhexi Zhang.

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Stony Island Arts Bank: Finding Fanon Film Screening and Artist Talk, Chicago USA
Sep
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Stony Island Arts Bank: Finding Fanon Film Screening and Artist Talk, Chicago USA

Finding Fanon Film Screening and Artist Talk

Friday September 16, 2016, 7pm | Stony Island Arts Bank | 6760 S. Stony Island Ave | Chicago, IL 60649

Join us at the Stony Island Arts Bank for a screening of two films in the Finding Fanon (2015–present) trilogy followed by a conversation with artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, moderated by Yesomi Umolu, Logan Center Exhibitions Curator.

Presented by Logan Center Exhibitions and Black Cinema House, and co-sponsored by the Nicholson Center for British Studies. Additional support provided by Arts Council England and the British Council.

The event is part of Larry Achiampong's exhibition OPEN SEASON presented by Logan Center Exhibitions and curated by Yesomi Umolu, Exhibitions Curator.

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