Berlin-based Deborah Phillips works with a range of analogue media, including print, painting, collage and film: she is about to publish a catalogue covering thirty years’ work. Phillips has been researching the colours red, blue and green for over ten years: here she presents some of the results, in film and performance, including the world premiere of her “green” film, Im Grünen Bereich. Closing the evening, and in contrast to Phillips’ films, Karel Doing premieres his black and white work-in-progress Symbiogenesis.
Microscope is very pleased to present All that is solid melts into eros, the second solo exhibition at the gallery by Bradley Eros. In this exhibition devoted to ephemerality – a concept the artist has been radically engaging with, especially in film, video, collage, and performance, since the 1980s when he arrived in New York – Eros presents a new body of work “made of ice, ash, paper, foil, and plastic that will be altered, or disappear and be remade daily”.
Friday, March 16, 2018 (All day) to Sunday, April 22, 2018 (All day)
The Image Forum Festival, the largest festival of moving image art in Japan, is accepting submissions of original moving image works. There are no restrictions whatsoever on genre (art films, documentaries, animated works, dramas, and so on), techniques used, or length.
DYSPLA International Moving Image Festival is the world’s first festival dedicated to screening the visual innovation of dyslexic and neurodiverse story makers, showcasing a collection of moving images dedicated to exploring dyslexic narratives.
Dyslexic and Neurodivergent storymakers have a strong heritage in narrative and non linear art history. Agatha Christie, Pablo Picasso, WB Yeats, Stan Brakhage, Steve Mcqueen, Quentin Tarantino, and Steven Spielberg, are just a few storymakers on an endless list, that share dyslexia as their commonality, and as their genius.
The UK’s education system has belittled and undervalued the neurodivergent community for centuries. Cuts to education in the arts, craft and music, lead by the worship of academia and the mythical neurotypical are destroying our young storymakers.