In Light of Moving Images is a series of audiovisual installations exploring lighting on screen at Centrespace Gallery, Bristol UK. (Website)
Traditionally considered the responsibility of a cinematographer, lighting in a filmmaking context usually refers to the arrangement of illumination sources around a location or set to create a specific aesthetic. Expanding this term, lighting can also refer to creative control over the passages of illumination which constitute moving imagery, shaping ways that audiences perceive the frame. This exhibition engages with both facets through spatial projections that weave together light in and of moving imagery while questioning the material tensions of mediated illumination
Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 10:00 to Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 18:00
Traverse Vidéo has launched a call for projects (experimental video, art installations, photography and performances) for its 21st edition which will be held in March 2018 in Toulouse (France). This year's theme is The experimental is already begun?
It is a false question since you are composing experimental work, working on it, desiring it but it’s a question reiterated by those to whom we want to make discover it, to share it, to make love it.
As part of their inaugural festival, pic.london presents a two-day film programme exploring the relationship between still and moving images. Beginning with film’s infancy at the end of the 19th Century – through the 1960s avant-garde – this programme investigates the ways in which artists and theorists have engaged the moving image to develop, challenge and critique photographic language.
Saturday, October 28, 2017 (All day) to Sunday, October 29, 2017 (All day)
Multiform examines the representation of the image through the media materiality and the creative process of the artist. The multiple media used to create the films and videos of this program demonstrate a variety of devices directly related to the material and conceptual reappropriation of the image by the artist. Through the use of found footage, self-portrait, homage, or travel diary, the works unveil their mechanism, their organicity, their process and their own representation.