High Resolution Moving Image Works

Opening hours: 10am-6pm; Wednesday - Sunday
Admission Free to talks and exhibition.

Ambika P3 presents a programme of new high resolution digital works by artist and cinematographer, Terry Flaxton. Highlights include the ‘World Portraits’ series shot in Beijing, Venice, Glastonbury, London and New York as well as selection of 16 installation works made worldwide.

Four major installation pieces will also be showcased including the acclaimed ‘In Other People’s Skins’, experienced by audiences of over 300,000 people in locations as diverse as Xi-an Fine Art Academy in China, Vasteras Cathedral, Sweden and New York’s St.John the Divine Cathedral. A UK tour was funded by the Arts Council and was seen at eight cathedrals & Bath Abbey.

This exhibition is the culmination of three year’s work and investigation, and perfectly showcases the nature of the high definition medium through the innovative projection of Terry’s works.


To complement the exhibition, The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM) will host a programme of talks on the nature of the digital moving image. This series of seminars will be presented by academics and specialists in the field, and focuses on the relationship between material and digital practice within the domain of Digital Art.

Friday December 10 12.30pm - 2pm

Dr Tony Dowmunt, Senior Lecturer & Course Convenor, MA Screen Documentary, Department of Media & Communications Goldsmiths, University of London
Dr Richard Misek, Lecturer in Screen Studies, Bristol University, Drama Theatre, Film and Television
Professor Chris Meigh-Andrews, University of Central Lancashire.

Wednesday 15 December 12.30pm - 2pm

Dr Stephen Gibson, Newcastle University, Curriculum and Learning Manager
Gary Thomas, Director, Animate Projects
Helen Sloan, Director, SCAN

Thursday 16 December 2pm – 5.30pm

CREAM (Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media) seminar including:
Terry Flaxton, AHRC Research Fellow, University of Bristol
Dr Uriel Orlow, Senior Research Fellow, University of Westminster
John Wyver, Producer Illuminations, Research Fellow, University of Westminster
Dr Sophie Triantaphillidou, Leader Imaging Technology Research Group, University of Westminster
Sylvie Magerstaedt, Researcher, University of Westminster

Friday 17 December 12.30pm - 2pm

Professor, Dr Chris Meigh-Andrews, Electronic and Digital Art Unit, University of Central Lancashire
Steven Ball, Research Fellow at the British Artists' Film and Video Study
Collection, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Susan Sloan, Artist