Mantis, 2017, Alfie Killick 

One Man Eight Cameras, 2014, Naren Wilks, music byJack Hurst

Venus Whipped By Love,2018, Sarah Cameron

Black Rain, 2009,Semiconductor

Layers, 2017, Hannah Whittaker

Enthusiasm, 2011, Nikita Kadan (excerpt)

Cinderella, 1922, Lotte Reiniger

Whitstable Biennale Satellite Programme 

Saturday 2nd June 2018

A large-scale, outdoor projection of artists’ films and video on the beach at The Old Neptune Pub (on the exterior wall facing the seafront), starting from sunset

The one and half hour programme presents a snapshot of different generations of artists, many having taken part in international art Biennials, alongside emerging practitioners selected from open calls and students from the University of Kent School of Music and Fine Art.

The selection of works is from DECREATION – the 2017 edition of 51zero international festival of moving image and digital arts.

 

 

Venus Whipped By Love,2018, Sarah Cameron

DECREATION
 27 October – 2 November 2017

Venues:
Rochester | Rochester Cathedral Crypt
Rochester | The Guildhall Museum
 Chatham | The Royal Dockyard Church
   
51zero Festival 2017 spanned over 6 days, showcasing work from University of Kent students and graduates, and emerging and established artists.


Artists’ films and live music scores – Launch Night in Rochester Cathedral Crypt 

 

 

Installations, artists’ films, experimental digital and video work by established and emerging artists, students and graduates from University of Kent School of Music and Fine Art – The Guildhall Museum, Rochester

 

Artist Talk and Photography Workshop by Helen Marshall – The Guildhall Museum, Rochester
Lanscape Painting, live Performance by Sarah Cameron – The Guildhall Museum, Rochester
Walk and Talk – Rochester Cathedral Crypt to The Guildhall Museum, Rochester
New Coordinates – Discussion with artists from all over the world – The Royal Dockyard Church, University of Kent, Chatham
Open projector – The Royal Dockyard Church, University of Kent, Chatham

Sally Troughton, Set Aside, 2013

 

The James Taylor Quartet, Rochester Cathedral and a specially formed choir premiere Rochester Mass alongside a film piece by Margherita Gramegna

Chorus Festival 2015  6th April

Rochester Mass

at Queen Elizabeth Hall (Southbank Centre)

 

 


Nadia Perrotta, Fuscaldo, 2014, exhibiting in Maison de l’Art et de la Communication (MAC)

Aggela Ioannidou, Scopophilia, 2015

Open Projector at Futur Cafe du Projet

THE OTHER SIDE OF HERE

26-28 March 2015

Venues:
Sallaumines  |  Maison de l’Art et de la Communication (MAC)
Lens  |  Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Lens (IUT)
Sallaumines  |  Futur Café’ du Projet

 

51zero Festival toured to Lens, France for a 3-day event, showcasing work fromUniversity for the Creative Arts University of Kent andUniversity Campus Suffolk students and emerging and established artist filmmakers.


A participatory work of portable peepholes which seek to entice you to create your own aleatoric live movie for a scopophilic experience. 


Open projector

 


Lindsay Seers, still from The Projectionist (Film London Jarman Award 2010)

THE OTHER SIDE OF HERE

10-12 October 2014

Venues:
Strood  |  St Nicholas Church
Rochester  |  The Guildhall /Medway Little Theatre / Princes Hall
Chatham  |  POP / Sun Pier House / Sun Pier

 

James Taylor with Rochester Cathedral Choir – Opening Event at The Guildhall Museum, Rochester

 

Stephane Trois Carres, N+1 – Participatory Performance

Stephane Trois Carres, N+1, participatory performance outside The Guildhall Museum.

 

 

Walk and Talk with Alix Delmas and other exhibiting artists

 

 

 

 


Workshop 34  in Sittingborne

1st & 2nd December 2014

 

 

 

 


Whitstable Biennale Satellite Event

14th June 2014

Outdoor Pop Up Cinema

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


POP Launch

4th April 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Creative CCEs

At Modern Foreign Language Group, Rochester

At Medway Little Theatre, Chatham

At Castle Connections, Swale

At Asian Ladies Group, Rochester Library

At Strood Library

At Tarven Inn, Strood

At University of Kent