Exploring Artists Moving Image course - led by Lucy Reynolds
7th April 2010
This introductory course highlights the key ideas and approaches that have emerged over a century of film and video art.
Artists have been exploring the potential of the moving image since the Surrealists' provocative film experiments. We'll examine thematic and historical aspects, focusing on significant artists and films, from early pioneers to contemporary practitioners. Classes will include clips, screenings and visits to contemporary work at Arnolfini and Picture This Studio.
Lucy Reynolds is a lecturer, artist and film curator. Her area of research focuses on expanded cinema and British avant-garde film of the 1970s. She teaches the history and theory of cinema and artists' moving image at Birkbeck College, the University of Westminster and Goldsmiths College. Curated film projects have included An Arabesque for Marie Menken, Tate Modern, Nov 2008 and Describing Form (LUX touring film programme). She presents talks on artists' film and video at arts venues across the UK, including the CCA, Glasgow and the Serpentine Gallery, London and her recent articles appear in Afterall and Millenium Film Journal.
A partnership between Arnolfini and Picture This
Eve: 6 Weekly Thursdays, 6:30pm - 8:30pm starting 3 June 2010
Arnolfini Light and Dark Studio, including one session at Picture This Studio
To book your place contact:
Arnolfini box office: 0117 917 2300
FFI contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Picture This publishes essays, publications and video podcasts that enable artists, critics, and curators to reflect on developments within