Wed 8 June 2011 // 19:30 / Cinema
Curated by four of the UK’s foremost artists working in moving image, Selected brings together some of the best new emerging artists’ film and video to audiences. Shortlisted artists for the 2010 Film London Jarman Award - Ben Rivers, Emily Wardill, Zineb Sedira and Spartacus Chetwynd - have selected work by up-and-coming, fresh filmmaking talent, to develop an invigorating new programme of work.
Artists in the programme include: Sebastian Buerkner, Zoe Brown, Uriel Orlow & Mikhail Karikis, Piotr Krzymowski, Chooc Ly Tan, Michael Robinson, Gabriel Abrantes & Daniel Schmidt, and Ben Russell.
Throughout May and June Selected will be touring to six venues in England and Scotland, including: Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow; Brighton Festival; Showroom Cinema, Sheffield; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle; and Picture This, Bristol.
The tour programme will include talks by the filmmakers introducing their work, and the process of making new film and video.
This is the only screening in the North East, so don't miss it!!!
Selected has been produced in partnership with videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN), with the aim of showcasing and celebrating some of the most innovative emerging talent in artists’ moving image.
videoclub produces development and exhibition opportunities for artists working with film, video and digital practices; providing opportunities for the public to see, experience and engage in discourse about artists’ work.
Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network
Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) supports London-based artists working in moving image, working in partnership to deliver a comprehensive programme including production award schemes, regular screenings, talks and events, as well as the prestigious annual Film London Jarman Award. The Jarman Award honours the legacy of avant-garde film-maker Derek Jarman. It recognises and rewards the exceptional creativity of today’s UK artist film-makers whose work, like Jarman’s, resists conventional definition.