The Moving Image Catalog / Guest curator: Edwin Rostron

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The Moving Image Catalog's next guest curator will be Edwin Rostron, whose selection of experimental animation will be published online starting Monday 23rd October.

Edwin Rostron is an artist, animator, writer and curator based in London. He studied Animation at the Royal College of Art and his work has been shown in exhibitions and film festivals around the world including Ann Arbor Film Festival and Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation. In 2013 he began publishing Edge of Frame, a blog about experimental animation. He began organising and curating screening events in 2016, including the Edge of Frame Weekend which took place at Whitechapel Gallery and Close-Up Film Centre and featured work from over 50 artists. Edwin has been a juror at a number of international festivals and is a tutor at the Royal College of Art. He is currently working in collaboration with musician Supreme Vagabond Craftsman on a short film and expanded performance entitled 'Robot Memoir' which will premiere in 2018.

The Moving Image Catalog is an online curatorial project that uses social media to share artists’ moving image works available online. Stefano Miraglia is the founder and main curator.

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