My filmed projection ‘Embassy Theatre’ will be showing at the forthcoming 51Zero Festival, Kent.
The Other Side of Here – Exhibition
Experimental film, video work and installations by artists, students and graduates from Medway, Kent, London and Northern France. A night-time projection by Bertrand Gadenne will be screened on the façade of Pop Creative space between 5.30pm-midnight daily.
Artists UK: Claire Manning, Jamie Jenkinson, TEA (Peter Hatton, Val Murray and Lynn Pilling), Catherine Linton, Ben Hunt, Georgina Wilcox, Daniel Denton, Claire Orme, Karen Crosby, Stephanie Boreham, Debbie Humm, Sharon McElroy, Sophie Dixon, David Houston, Thomas Pilcher and Sally Troughton.
Artists France: Frédéric Leterrier, Gaelle Bouchard and Bertrand Gadenne.
Pop Creative Space and outdoor venues, Chatham, Fri 10th – Sunday 12th October, 10am-5pm daily (see following programme notes for details of outdoor installations).
I’ve been selected for the following programme at Chisenhale studios, London.
I was recently selected for the following artists’ filmmaking workshop.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and funding from the Mohamed S. Farsi Foundation, The London Film School presents a 10-day intensive artists’ filmmaking workshop, led by the celebrated artist filmmakers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth).
Up to 12 participants will be recruited through a competitive application process. The selection panel includes representatives from the arts and film sectors. The selection panel will be looking for candidates who can bring knowledge of artists’ work in the moving image and creative skills to the workshop process.
After ten days each artist completed a short film which was shown to an audience of over 150 at the Katchette gallery, London.
Still from my film ‘The Shore’.
This autumn, we are showcasing the talent of emerging artists from Kent, as part of the Platform Graduate Award.The Award aims to support graduate professional development and nurture new talent.This year’s Platform exhibition showcases the work of nine graduates from three Kent Universities:
Gallery view – Text based work to support the film ‘Wunschendorf’ showing at scheduled screening times throughout the exhibition.