Seminar 1 at Goldsmiths University (2 February 2018) Alia Syed

Alia Syed is a London and Glasgow based filmmaker who has been making experimental films for over 25 years.  Known for energetic investigations of film’s relationship to time, her practice has included both historical inquiry as well as formal experimentation (going to the extreme of burying film stock for a period of years). In this … Continue reading Seminar 1 at Goldsmiths University (2 February 2018) Alia Syed

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Seminar 2 at Goldsmiths University (23 March 2018) Aura Satz

Aura Satz is a London based artist known for her archaeological forays into sound and image producing technologies.  She investigates and re-imagines technology in its fullest sense, very much including the labour, imagination and experimentation involved in their invention that often reveals pioneering work by women.  The heightened perception and sensory disorientation that characterise modern technological media … Continue reading Seminar 2 at Goldsmiths University (23 March 2018) Aura Satz

Seminar 3 at Birkbeck (4 May 2018) Miranda Pennell

Miranda Pennell’s moving image work repurposes still and moving images from personal and official archives in order to explore the relationship of past and present, personal memory and official histories, particularly in relation to colonial legacies. In this seminar Miranda will discuss the methodological questions raised by her exploration of BP’s image archive for The Host (2015), … Continue reading Seminar 3 at Birkbeck (4 May 2018) Miranda Pennell

Seminar 4 at Birkbeck (25 May 2018) Louis Henderson

Louis Henderson (b. Norwich, 1983) is a Paris based filmmaker who works collaboratively to address the global condition as it is shaped by racist capitalism and the residue of the European colonial project.  An archaeological impulse animates his film projects that draw from literature, formal archives, as well as the documents and detritus of the … Continue reading Seminar 4 at Birkbeck (25 May 2018) Louis Henderson

Seminar 5 at Birkbeck (15 June 2018) Erin Espelie

Erin Espelie is a filmmaker, writer, researcher, and editor, whose science-based experimental and poetic documentaries have shown at the New York Film Festival, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Natural History Museum in London, CPH:DOX, the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and … Continue reading Seminar 5 at Birkbeck (15 June 2018) Erin Espelie

Seminar 6 at Lux at Waterlow Park (29 June 2018) Duncan Campbell

Duncan Campbell is an Irish video artist based in Glasgow. His works include Falls Burns Malone Fiddles (2004), Bernadette (2008), Make it New John (2009), Arbeit (2011), and It for Others (2013), originally made for the Scotland pavilion of the Venice Biennial for which he won the Turner Prize in 2014. His works reconstruct politically … Continue reading Seminar 6 at Lux at Waterlow Park (29 June 2018) Duncan Campbell