Great triple-bill featuring compelling and immersive approaches to film projection from Japanese artist Makino Takashi and Unconscious Archives' Sally Golding – both solo and in a special duo collaboration also featuring Spatial – and solo percussion from American composer Nick Hennies, who'll be performing pieces by Peter Ablinger, John Cage and his own work.
To mark the launch of two new LUX DVD releases (Guy Sherwin - Short Film Series 1975 - 2014 and Nicky Hamlyn - Selected Works 1974 – 2012) LUX presents a special evening of screening and conversation with two of the UK's most renowned artist filmmakers, Guy Sherwin and Nicky Hamlyn. Each will present a personal selection of the other's films and together they will discuss their work and practices within wider British artists' moving image over the past 40 years.
The new DVDs and other LUX publications will be available for a special launch price on the night.
Exploring the dual meaning of ‘mediation’ within performance – the physicality of interpretation, and the psychogeographic mode of ritual (intervention, ghost/shadow, chemical/hack, seance/spook and invocation as divergent themes).
The fleeting trick of light from the corner of the eye, the brief contact point of chemicals intertwining and reacting, ghosts trapped in the home movie archive, non-human sounds and bodily digressions – ephemerality as told through the body’s appearance/disappearance.
Malcolm Le Grice’s seminal expanded cinema and rarely seen Horror Film 1 from 1971 will be performed beside new contemporary live light sculpture from emerging artist Amy Dickson. Renowned artist Aura Satz presents a unique sonic sculpture from her treasure trove, Sally Golding performs her classic projection piece Face of An Other, and Britain’s most under rated and detestable, accidental comic thespian Sir Gideon Vein brings us some live TV.