Cinema

Paul Pfeiffer: Jerusalem Online

Jerusalem by Paul Pfeiffer is a radical reworking of footage from the 1966 FIFA World Cup™ final. It revisits the most famous occasion in the sporting history of England... READ MORE...

Wattan TV: UHF42

UHF42 is a month-long screening series broadcast through the live frequency of Wattan, an independent television station based in Ramallah, Palestine... READ MORE...

Gail Pickering. Near Real Time

Near Real Time is the first major solo exhibition in France by British artist Gail Pickering. It presents a new body of work based on research that led her to uncover a series of historical analogue videotape reels... READ MORE...

Mouthfeel: a solo exhibition by Maryam Jafri

Gasworks presents Mouthfeel, the first solo exhibition in London by Maryam Jafri. Comprising the newly commissioned short film of the same name and a new photo-text work entitled Product Recall: An Index of Innovation (both 2014), the exhibition explores the politics underpinning the industrial production of food, connecting themes as diverse as “big food”, flavour enhancement technology and overconsumption.... READ MORE...

Sound Versus System. The new exhibition at Kunsthall Oslo

Sound Versus System is a nine-week series of screenings, concerts, performances and talks, accompanied by an exhibition of works on paper and a daily cinema and video programme. The series sets out to explore the potential of impure and hybrid forms, experimental relationships between sound and image, and the artistic disruption of both aesthetic and social structures.... READ MORE...

New Industries Festival: Industrial (Research)

INDUSTRIAL (Research) asks a deceptively simple question: What happened to industry? This question applies not only to the Ruhr but also to large parts of Belgium, Northern France, Northern England, the USA, and formerly socialist states in Eastern Europe. How does the so-called ‘structural change’ affect communities and landscapes globally? And what are its repercussions in art and popular culture?... READ MORE...

Screen City: Moving Image Festival Stavanger 2013

The Screen City festival is dedicated to the moving image presented in public spaces, on the city`s facades, shop windows and urban venues enlightening and changing the vision of the urban context of Stavanger. It will take place for the first time from October 25th – 27th 2013... READ MORE...
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