Time Unfolding is a selection of film and video works commissioned and produced by Picture This between 2000 and 2007. The anthology has been selected by the writer, artist and film programmer Lucy Reynolds and includes projects that translate as a single screen programme.
"Whilst the subject matter explored within these Picture This commissions are diverse, all reveal an engagement outside expected frames of reference. This is not to suggest that the works featured do not have an autobiographical element, indeed the artist sometimes becomes an integral part of work: draughtsman, trespasser or Hollywood maid." Lucy Reynolds
The publication includes: a selection of artists' film and video works commissioned and produced by Picture This with an accompanying essay by Lucy Reynolds.
Time Unfolding - a DVD and online micro-site - is a curated selection of film and video works commissioned and produced by Picture This 2000 - 2007.
This essay was commissioned specially for the Time Unfolding DVD and looks at Picture This' relationship with the artists it commissions.
Observation of group interaction and social rituals are the starting points for Nashashibi, who primarily uses 16mm film.
Emily Wardill was the first Bristol Mean Time artist in residence at Picture This.
Harold Offeh has worked with Picture This to develop new works, devise programmes and to select Small Wonders artists.
Picture This has worked with art + power over almost 20 years to produce moving image works with the organisation and its members.
Central to Dryden Goodwin's practice is a fascination with drawing which is often combined with photography, film and large screen-based
In 2003 Michael Curran was commissioned to produce the second project in Picture This' Historic Sites series.