In 2002 Picture This developed Commotion. A programme of screenings of artists’ film and video works which took place at Arnolfini, Bristol. Two of the programmes were developed by Arnolfini curators, whilst Blick was a touring screening co-ordinated by Moderna Museet and NIFCA. Commotion also presented the outcome of a period of work in Bristol by artist Miranda July.

Curated by Michael Prior, Arnolfini
Artists: Cheryl Donegan, Paul McCarthy, Cecilia Parsberg, Steina, AK Dolven.

Light Structures
Curated by Dryden Goodwin
Artists: George Barber, Dryden Goodwin, Lee Hassell, Mark Lewis, Michael Maziere, Maibritt Rangstrup, Michelle Williams.

You'll Never Walk Alone
Artists: Jananne Al-Ani, Elisabetta Benassi, Annika Larsson, Mark Leckey, Aernout Mik, Stephen Sutcliffe, Twenteenth Century, El Hombre Trajeado.
Curated by Lucy Steeds, Arnolfini,

Blick: New Nordic Film and Video 2001
49 works by emerging artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden
BLICK is the result of a co-operation between the Moderna Museet in Stockholm and NIFCA (Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art) in Helsinki.
Curated by Maria Lind and Cecilia Widenheim, Moderna Museet and Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt, NIFCA.

Miranda July
Miranda July set an assignment for Bristol in advance of her visit as part of her Learning To Love You More project. Film-makers Tom Stubbs and Lucy Bailey worked with The Cube, UWE, Art & Power, Arnolfini Saturday Club and Speedwell school to produce 40 5-second films that depicted the moment after a crime using source material from local newspapers. The event combined a presentation by July on her work with the screening of the groups' projects.

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