London Gallery West is delighted to present PROJECT 35 VOLUME 2, four programmes of international single-channel video works.
This touring programme, produced by Independent Curators International (ICI), New York, draws from an international network across six continents to trace regional and global connections among practitioners, and the wide variety of approaches used to make video.
PROJECT 35 VOLUME 2 is the second iteration of the original PROJECT 35 launched in 2010, inviting 35 international curators to each choose one video work from an artist they deem important for audiences around the world to experience. The works presented in this volume, produced between 2001-2012, explore the contemporary concerns of international curators. Many focus on memory and change; notions of place and identity; fiction and history; and performance and documentation. Though the works are rooted in the artists’ homelands and derive from personal experience, their impact resonates globally.
Wednesday 22 October, 5–8pm
Globality in Artists' Film and Video Works
Wednesday 12 November 2-6pm
The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media presents a symposium addressing expanded geographies of research on artists’ film and video.
Speakers include George Clark, Assistant Curator, Tate Film; Shezad Dawood, exhibiting artist; May Adadol Ingawanij, Reader and Director of Research of the International Centre for Documentary and Experimental Film; Michael Maziere, Curator and Reader in Film and Video, University of Westminster; and Lucy Reynolds, MRes Pathway Leader in Moving Image, Central Saint Martins.
Symposium programme and registration
Admission is free and open to all, but places are limited and early booking is encouraged.
For more details, and the symposium program please follow the link to CREAM's event page about Globality in Artists' Film and Video Works.