Lucy Reynolds

Senior Lecturer

+44 20 7911 5000 ext 67311
Harrow Campus Northwick Park HA1 3TP

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My research as a researcher, curator and artist is most particularly focused on questions of the moving image, feminism, political space and collective practice. I have written for a range of journals including Afterall, the Moving Image Review and Art Journal, Screen and Screendance, and publications include David Curtis, Duncan White (eds) The Expanded Cinema Book, Afterall/Tate publications , 2010, Bridget Crone (ed) The Sensible Stage: Staging and the Moving Image, Picture This publications, Bristol, 2012 and François Bovier, Adeena Mey (eds.), Exhibiting the Moving Image: History Revisited, Zurich, JRP-Ringier, December 2015. I also write for Art Agenda and Millennium Film Journal, and has curated exhibitions and film programmes for a range of institutions from Tate and MUHKA, Antwerp to the ICA and the South London Gallery.  My own films, performances, sound works and installations have shown in galleries and cinemas nationally, and the ongoing sound work A Feminist Chorus have been performed at Glasgow Women’s Library for the Glasgow International Festival 2014, as part of Electra’s residency for Wysing Arts, summer 2015, as part of Now You Can Go, The Showroom, Winter 2015 and most recently as a European Chorus for No Fun without EU: Artists In Common, September 2016.

2017

‘Whose History? Feminist Advocacy and Experimental Film and Video’ (2017)
Reynolds, L. 2017. ‘Whose History? Feminist Advocacy and Experimental Film and Video’ . in: Clayton, S. and Mulvey, L. (ed.) Other Cinemas: Politics, culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s (eds Sue Clayton and Laura Mulvey), IB Tauris, July 2017 London I.B. Tauris. pp. 138-149

2015

Controlling Agent: Artist and Spectator in the Film Actions of Gill Eatherley and Annabel Nicolson (2015)
Reynolds, L. 2015. Controlling Agent: Artist and Spectator in the Film Actions of Gill Eatherley and Annabel Nicolson. in: Bovier, F. and Mey, A. (ed.) Cinéma Exposé/Exhibited Cinema Lausanne, Dijon ECAL.
"Non-institution": finding expanded cinema in the terrains vagues of 1960s London (2015)
Reynolds, L. 2015. "Non-institution": finding expanded cinema in the terrains vagues of 1960s London. in: Bovier, F. and Mey, A. (ed.) Cinema in the Expanded Field Zurich JRP/Ringier.

2016

Ballet Black (2016)
Reynolds, L. 2016. Ballet Black. Screen. 57 (1), pp. 80-86.

2015

A collective response: Feminism, film, performance and Greenham Common (2015)
Reynolds, L. 2015. A collective response: Feminism, film, performance and Greenham Common. Moving Image Review and Art Journal. 4 (1 & 2), pp. 90-101.

2004

The question of the subject and the autobiographic in artists moving image practice (2004)
Pucill, S., Hatfield, J. and Reynolds, L. 2004. The question of the subject and the autobiographic in artists moving image practice. Filmwaves Magazine. 24 (2), pp. 5-9.

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