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51zero/voyager is an ongoing strand of events, projects and touring activities taking place between festivals, that engages with the communities of Medway, Kent, Northern France and is expanding internationally.  Previous events include presentations at Whitstable Biennale Satellite and consultation events in Swale and Medway supported by Ideas Test and Creative People and Places. A tour to Northern France took place in Spring 2015 presenting a showcase of University of Kent School of Music and Fine Art graduates’ work and 51zero Festival 2014 highlights. For more information please contact info@51zero.org.

 

|| 51zero/voyager Programme ||

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

IMAGE: still from Holding The Viewer, © Tony Hill

IMAGE: still from Holding The Viewer, © Tony Hill

 

IMAGE: still from Camera Obscura, © Tony Hill

IMAGE: still from Camera Obscura, © Tony Hill

 

IMAGE: still from Water works, © Tony Hill

IMAGE: still from Water Work, © Tony Hill

 

51zero/voyager @ No 34
51zero has teamed up with Ideas Test to deliver a series of events at No 34, a new creative hub and co-working space in Sittingbourne. Events take place once a month, from November 2015. More information on ideastest/51zeroideastest.co.uk/no-34

51zero/voyager @ University of Kent School of Music and Fine Art
The 24th Feb event is produced in association with University of Kent, in collaboration with School of Music and Fine Art.

 

Between Sculpture and Cinema. A two-part celebration of the work of pioneering experimental filmmaker Tony Hill.

51zero/voyager – Film, Video and Digital Arts is pleased to invite you to two special events with celebrated filmmaker Tony Hill, where he will present and discuss his pioneering films and groundbreaking filmmaking techniques. Internationally renowned, Hill makes experimental short films that are somewhere between sculpture and cinema. To create his visually challenging and timelessly beautiful imagery, he often develops his own camera rigs, ingeniously using mirrors and unusual lenses, and sometimes humorous vantage points to make us rethink our assumptions about perspective, gravity, scale and movement.

 

Event One

University of Kent School of Music and Fine Art / 24 February 2016 (Wed) / Talk and discussion with Tony Hill

Open to all from 18:00 – 18:30 start, 21:00pm end. 

Presented by Tony Hill, the talk will explore his unique film production techniques highlighting the formalistic qualities and contexts at play in his work. The talk will be followed by discussion with curator Keith Whittle exploring Hill’s aesthetic and conceptual approach and the research and production processes involved in the making of his films. Included in the talk is also a screening on 16mm of Hill’s early work A Short History of the Wheel and Water Work and a performance of Point Source. The event closes with an informal opportunity to meet the artist.

6:00 – 6:30pm   Welcome and refreshments
6:30 – 8:00pm   Artist Talk followed by discussion with curator Keith Whittle
8:00 – 9:00pm   Meet the artist

Visiting Information: The event is free. RSVP required.

Venue: Royal Dockyard Church / The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4TE
Parking: Available on site, see Dockyard parking map.
Public Transport: The nearest train station is Chatham, a 18min walk to Royal Dockyard Church.

 

Event Two

No34 / 27 February 2016 (Sat) / Special Screening and Masterclass with Tony Hill

Open to all from 14:00 – 14:30 start, 16:00pm end. 

A specially curated screening of films by experimental filmmaking pioneer Tony Hill, including several seminal works produced between 1970-2000 and premier of more recent works. This event offer a rare chance to see a number of Hills’ films in their full length on 16mm as well as an exhibition of selected camera rigs purposely built by Hill to create his work.The screening will be followed by the opportunity to meet the artist and discuss his work in an informal peer group session.

2:00 – 2:30pm   Welcome and refreshments.
2:30 – 3:30pm   Screening.
3:30 – 4:00pm   Artist Filmmakers’ Salon.

Visting Information: The event is free. RSVP required.

Venue: No34 / 34 High Street, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 4PB. Please use this link for directions as a Sat Nav takes you two miles in the wrong direction to Milton instead of Sittingbourne.
Parking: Available at a short walking distance, behind Sainsbury, with entrance via Ave of Remembrance, or in Sittingbourne town centre.
Public Transport: The nearest train station is Sittingbourne, a 10min walk to No34.

 

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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 PAST EVENTS 

IMAGE: still from Dogtown and Z-Boys.

IMAGE: still from Dogtown and Z-Boys.

 

IMAGE: still from Dogtown and Z-Boys.

IMAGE: still from Dogtown and Z-Boys.

 

IMAGE: still from Dogtown and Z-Boys.

IMAGE: still from Dogtown and Z-Boys.

 

 

Sittingborne, Kent / 30 January 2016 (Sat) / Urban Stories

Open to age 13+  from 14:00 – 14:30 start, 16:00pm end. 

51zero/voyager – Film, Video and Digital Arts invites 13+ audiences to Urban Stories, a youth-culture themed screening proposing an independent award-winning documentary by the artist filmmaker featured in the film. The event also includes a digital-focused exhibition by the young people of Sittingbourne produced with Squad34. For this programme we particularly welcome young adults, skateboarders, surfers and sports enthusiasts.

Dogtown and the Z-Boys / Stacy Peralta / USA 2002 / 91min / Documentary / PG13
A thrilling story told by the surfers come skateboarders featured in this independently made documentary. This is an historic, no-holds-barred, behind-the-scenes look at the birth of a cultural phenomenon, an engaging portrait of “accidental revolutionaries” whose mythology as expressed by themselves and those they influenced is far more entertaining than any even-handed version could ever hope to be. Sub-titled “The Birth of Extreme”, this documentary takes a look at the transformation of skateboarding from its former image as a land-bound pastime for surfers to its status today as an extreme and acrobatic sport in its own right. Starting from the California surf community of Dogtown, the film follows the evolution of modern skateboarding through it’s 70’s heyday, its decline during the 80’s, and its eventual return in the 90’s.

Visting Information
The event is free.

Venue
No34 / 34 High Street, Sittingbourne, ME10 4PB

Upcoming
24 and 27 February / Between sculpture and cinema

 

 

 

 

 

Eating resolved, by Maeve Buckenham

Still from Eating resolved, by Maeve Buckenham

Sittingborne, Kent / 17 December 2015 (Thu) / The world is now all there is

Open to age 16+, parents and artists from 18:00 – 18:30 start, 20:00pm end. 

51zero/voyager – Film, Video and Digital Arts invites all 16+ to the film screening premiere The world is now all there is by the talented young artist Maeve Buckenham. With her thought-provoking and visually assaulting films Maeve opens a dialogue with the viewer on the perception of mental health conditions, particularly Anorexia Nervosa in young women. Please note that some films include mild nudity. We particularly welcome young adults, parents and emerging artists, with an aim to create a peer group environment.

Artist Filmmakers’ Salon with Maeve Buckenham
Introduction / Short film screening / Group response

In this first solo screening exhibition, invited artist Maeve Buckenham presents new work where she uses her own video, poetry and sound design to explore the excavation of family history in relation to identity formation. 51zero will invite a response from the audience.

Visting Information
The event is free.

Venue
No34 / 34 High Street, Sittingbourne, ME10 4PB

 

 

 

Still from Stained Glass Window

Still from Twilight

Sittingborne, Kent / 19 December 2015 (Sat) / Tales from all over the world

Open to all from 12:00 – 12:30 start, 2:00pm end.

51zero/voyager welcome families to the second screening of this wonderful film that will enchant any child and parent with a visual delight for everyone to see. Children and adults are welcome to dress up as a fairytale creature of their invention.

Film Screening  Tales of the Night / Michel Ocelot / 2011 / France / Colour 1h 20min / Animation Fantasy / PG From the imagination of internationally renowned animator Michel Ocelot, comes a magical and visually stunning film, delighting kids, families and animation fans of all ages. Silhouetted characters are set off against exquisitely detailed Day-Glo backgrounds bursting with colour and kaleidoscopic patterns, as the film weaves together six exotic fables each unfolding in a unique locale, from Tibet, to medieval Europe, and even the Land of the Dead. In Ocelot’s celebrated storytelling, history blends with fairytale as viewers are whisked off to visit enchanted lands full of dragons, shape-shifting werewolves, captive princesses, and enormous talking bees – and each fable ends with its own ironic twist.

Visting Information
The event is free and open to all. Parking available at a short walking distance, behind Sainsbury, with entrance via Ave of Remembrance.

Venue
No34 / 34 High Street, Sittingbourne, ME10 4PB

Still from The Forest

Sittingborne, Kent / 28 November 2015 (Sat) / Tales from all over the world Open to all from 3:15pm to 4:45pm

51zero voyager – Film, Video and Digital Arts Festival invites families to a screening that will enchant any child and parent with a visual delight for everyone to see. Children and adults are welcome to dress up as a fairytale creature of their invention.

Film Screening  Tales of the Night / Michel Ocelot / 2011 / France / Colour 1h 20min / Animation Fantasy / PG From the imagination of internationally renowned animator Michel Ocelot, comes a magical and visually stunning film, delighting kids, families and animation fans of all ages. Silhouetted characters are set off against exquisitely detailed Day-Glo backgrounds bursting with colour and kaleidoscopic patterns, as the film weaves together six exotic fables each unfolding in a unique locale, from Tibet, to medieval Europe, and even the Land of the Dead. In Ocelot’s celebrated storytelling, history blends with fairytale as viewers are whisked off to visit enchanted lands full of dragons, shape-shifting werewolves, captive princesses, and enormous talking bees – and each fable ends with its own ironic twist.

Visting Information The event is free and open to all. The screening ends in time for the Christmas Lights Grand Switch-on at 5:00pm

Venue No34 / 34 High Street, Sittingbourne, ME10 4PB

51zero/voyager @ART MARKET 2015

Maidstone, Kent / 19 September 2015 (Sat)

51zero presents an international programme of selected work and highlights from the 51zero Festival 2014, that explores landscapes both real and fictional, from actual places to abstract spatial constructions.

Open to all from 9:00am to 4:00pm, 1h 30min programme running on a loop.

Introduction
Six short films from the UK and France, 16min.

Main Title
How To Start Your Own Country / Jody Shapiro, Canada, 2010, 71min 45” / Documentary Comedy

Venue
Market Hall / Lockmeadow, Baker Road, Maidstone, ME16 8LW

More information
www.artmarketme14.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

WETLANDS

14th – 20th June 2015

51zero is pleased to announce Wetlands – a project in collaboration with University of Kent, taking place from the 14th to the 20th June 2015 in Medway and Kent.

Wetlands is a project initiated by a group of 5 visual artists graduating this year from the University of Kent, Medway. They will run a series of 10 participatory events and happenings that intend to involve and interact with the local community, recreating a dialogue between them, their local maritime history and the wetland landscape. Please click here for full programme and more information.

 

 

 

Performance of Rochester Mass at Queen Elizabeth Hall 2015

ROCHESTER MASS

Chorus Festival 2015 / 6th April / Queen Elizabeth Hall (Southbank Centre)

The James Taylor Quartet, Rochester Cathedral and a specially formed choir premiere James Taylor’s Rochester Mass alongside five evocative film pieces by Margherita Gramegna.

‘The energy levels were unstoppable right from the word go, and once the choir was arcing over the top of a funky bass line with rich soprano washes, the effect was mesmerising’ (Jazz News review of the March 2014 Queen Elizabeth Hall concert.)

 

THE OTHER SIDE OF HERE

Lens, France / 26-28 March 2015 / Maison de l’Art et de la Communication

51zero presents a 3-day programme of screenings, installations, exhibitions, talks and events featuring emerging and established artist filmmakers from the UK and France, exploring and celebrating moving image beyond the single screen.

Venues
Maison de l’Art et de la Communication (MAC)
Rue Arthur Lamendin
62430 SALLAUMINES

Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Lens (IUT)
Rue de l’Université
62300 LENS

Futur Café du Projet
Rue Arthur Lamendin (opposite MAC)

 

Exhibitions open daily from Friday 27 to Saturday 28 March
Friday 10:00am – 20:30pm
Saturday 10.00am – 19.30pm

Laure Prouvost

Laure Prouvost, Owt, 2007

Laure Prouvost

Laure Pouvost, It, Heat, It, 2010

Laure Prouvost

Laure Pouvost, It, Heat, It, 2010

Laure Prouvost 

Owt, 2007, 3min 26”

Monolog, 2009, 9min 13”,

IT,HEAT,HIT, 2010, 7min 21”

 

Owt

“The video is of a self-proclaimed ‘curator of artist’s video works’ explaining what he sees as the role and function of video art, quoting Walter Benjamin along the way. His speech, though, is spliced and reworded so as to become almost incomprehensible. There are distracting jump-cuts to people in pools and farm animals, while the voiceover is humorously miss-subtitled: ‘How can any film be an artwork, and how can any film not be an artwork?’ comes out as ‘How may feeling a cow can always be in? Why he never felt like that when he kissed Madonna, even at work?'”- ChrisFite-Wassilak, Frieze.

EAST International Prize Winner 2009

 

Monolog

Laure Prouvost parodies her own role as a director, and our role as an audience, as she directs attention to the screening space itself.

Winner of a Principal Prize at the 2010 Oberhausen Short Film Festival

 

IT, HEAT, HIT

It, Heat, Hit is a work that constructs and propels an inferred story through a fast-moving sequence of written commentary and excerpts of everyday incidents and pictures that have been filmed by the artist. Innocent and pleasing images, such as a swimming frog or snowy street scene, are followed by statements of love and implied violence. These are inter-cut with strange, disconnected images, such as close-ups of flowers, body parts or food.

 

The installation is accompanied by a video interview with the artist undertaken by Steven Cairns, ICA Associate Curator of Artists’ Film and Moving Image, about her work and practice. 2014, 6 min, 56”

 

Special Thanks To:     

Lux Artists’ Moving Image, Steve Cairns at ICA and MOT INTERNATIONAL.

 

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Hall

 

Karen Cosby

Karen Cosby, Surface, 2014

Karen Cosby 

Surface, 2014

Moving image objet d’art. Video installation set within a plinth. Karen Crosby is an artist working with film, video and experimental photography. She creates installations as site-specific pieces responding to experiences that explore and reveal hidden places through sensual archaeology.

 

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Hall

 

 

Aggela Ioanniddu Scopophilia, 2015

Aggela Ioanniddu

Scopophilia, 2015

Sculptural platform. Portable peepholes seek to entice you to create your own aleatoric live movie for a scopophilic experience. Viewing devises available from a sculptural platform in the foyer. The artist will be present at the launch event.

 

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Hall

Kathryn Saqui

Kathryn SaquiWB CT14, 2014

Kathryn Saqui 

WB CT14, 2014

Moving image objet d’art. Video installation set within a plinth.

 

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Hall

 

 

 

Alix Delmas

Alix Delmas, Lalala, 2011

Alix Delmas

Lalala, 2011, 5min 04”

Nuage, 2012-2013, 3min 22”

 

Lalala

“Under a blazing table, in the verdant countryside, are hidden two children who wait calmly and endlessly for the tragedy to come to an end” – Alix Delmas.

 

Nuage

Above clouds, several plates of weld wire mesh are handing from a crane’s hook. We can hear waves and wind coming to lick an imaginary beach. The rocking of the iron makes a fascinating mobile and immobile architecture. These plates are usually slack on concrete slabs. They solidify foundations. Hanging in the sky, it seems to be a metal cloud, a pause of a building site, and more extensively a political construction stagnancy or a personal waggle with blocked outer position.

Winner of the 2013 video Celeste Prize curated by Ami Barak.

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Gallery

Jean-Louis Accettone

Jean-Louis AccettoneUne armoire, 2012

Jean-Louis Accettone 

Une armoire, 2012

Video installation. Lives are revealed beyond the wardrobe mirror.

“…strange and informal things. The love of old, unforgettable memories, smells of loved ones, lost paradises perfumes…” J-L.Accettone

 

Space: Arts plastiques

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque groundfloor

CabSii

CabSiiMake me Dance, 2009

CabSii 

Make me Dance, 2009

Interactive video work. Liven up a dancer with your voice. This installation is in the form of a microphone stand facing the projection of a sketch of a dancer. Still, it waits for the visitor to speak to him to begin his choreography. The nonlinear processing by the video programming generates millions of combination. It also allows the generation of unlimited choreography.

 

Space: Heure du Conte

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque groundfloor

 


Bibliothèque sans frontiers

An eclectic programme of new work and highlights from the 51zero 2014 Festival. Emerging and established artists from the UK and France exhibit alongside students and graduates from University of the Creative Arts and University of Kent.

Nadia PerrottaFuscaldo, 2014

Nadia Perrotta

Fuscaldo, 2014, 16min 52”

A short film hybrid across fiction and documentary inspired by the powerful metaphor of a possible universal memory retained by the waters, where local people and communities become, unaware, “guardians” and “mediators”. The artist meets a community of fishermen in a village in South Italy facing the tragic reality of toxic waste being damped into their water, where the sea plays the double role of life giver and murderer.

 

Space: Salle Fernand Léger

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque groundfloor

Jean-Louis Accettone

Ben CrawfordUntitled, 2014

Ben Crawford 

Untitled, 2014, 41min 56”

The artist creates a proposition between moving images for the viewer to deconstruct. As a working, value creating member of society, he seeks to embed himself in the habit and nuance of the everyday, the processes individuals are beholden to, conducting thorough research into the history of people and places to allow for an authentic dialogue. To understand how we live, work and interact with our surroundings. The subsequent implication this has on our relationship with time manifests itself through the medium of film.

 

Space: Salle Fernand Léger

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque groundfloor

 

Jean-Louis Accettone

Thibault JehanneD226, 2013

Thibault Jehanne

Thibault JehanneEclipse, 2014

Thibault Jehanne

D226, 2013, 2min 51”

Eclipse, 2014, 1min 35”

 

D226

“D226 is a new look at what remains of a fiction film shot in 2010. Existing today as just this sequence shot, a tribute to the road movie. Travel as time given to meditation: the cinema as a journey. The eye wanders an endless path, gazing down to a receding horizon, replaying with every new start of the car” – Thibault Jehanne.

 

Eclipse

“The car moved into the road but the sea was already beginning to rise on it. While the vehicle was halfway, it stalled in the water. Standing on the roof of the car, a couple trapped by the incoming tide. Then, the car was deported by the flow. They were at 200 meters from the shore when I heard them call for help. They seemed to panic. I saw the water rushing into the car, then cover the vehicle slowly” – Thibault Jehanne

 

Projection

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

 

Ricard Negre

Ricard Negre, Une Seconde Par Jour, 2010 

Ricard Negre

Une Seconde Par Jour, 2010, 7min 19”

In Richard Negre’s ‘Une seconde par jour’ a graphic line shifts between two- dimensional pattern and three-dimensional space, describing a restless form constantly in flux.

 

Projection

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

 

Sally Troughton

Sally Troughton, Set Aside, 2013

Sally Troughton

Set Aside, 2013, 1min 44”

Set Aside is the first part of a series of ongoing works exploring the space between place and memory, meeting points between the physical and immaterial. Set aside, 2013, 1:44 is part of a series called ‘Paths and Anchor Points’.

 

Projection

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

 

 

Amy Dixon

Amy DixonFilm and Stitch, 2014

Amy Dixon

Film and Stitch, 2014, 0min 51”

The work is the result of a workshop where participants of all ages combined textile and film-strip to create their own moving-images, in the spirit of experimental animator Len Lye.

 

Projection

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

 

 

 

Callum CooperCheriton Light Festival, 2014 

Callum Cooper

Cheriton Light Festival, 2014, 2min 52”

Artist and Filmmaker Callum Cooper produced a new experimental documentary specific to Cheriton screened in the High Street in conjunction with Kent based artist Margherita Gramegna. The pair came together to bring a outdoor cinema to the heart of the town.

 

Projection

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

Georgina Wilcox

Georgina WilcoxPoultry Class, UK, 2014

Georgina Wilcox

Poultry Class, UK, 2014, 3min 11”

Poultry Class crudely nods towards the relationship between the economic system and the class it both sustains and represses. Mass-produced, easily accessed, the chicken class who inevitably subside at the raw end of the deal as the gap between the richest and poorest continues to widen.

 

Monitor 1

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

Stephanie Boreham

Stephanie BorehamWalk Over Me, Walk Through Me, 2014

Stephanie Boreham

Walk Over Me, Walk Through Me, 2014, 4min 21”

A projection where a hand, writes what looks like a diary entry, the first line that follows is: “Walk over me, through me”, as the piece loops the pages turn over continually and the same diary entry is written over and over, until you can see the writing becomes almost un-readable.

 

Monitor 1

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

Sophie Dixon

Sophie DixonThe Embassy Theatre, 2014

Sophie Dixon

The Embassy Theatre, 2014, 7min 13”

The Embassy Theatre video shown here is a record of a site-specific installation inspired by the themes of tension and movement. Using large scale projectors the disused theatre in Gillingham, Kent was illuminated once again, if only for a brief period of time.

 

Monitor 2

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

 

 

 

Karen Crosby

Karen Crosby, Snodland Mill, 2014

Karen Crosby

Snodland Mill, 2014, 9min 16”

A digital video taken from a specific site of ‘Snodland Paper Mill’ which explores childhood memories of my grandfather who worked at the mill as a Stoker. The creative power of memory and my recollection of the place, bridges a gap between the past and the present, translating a reality that no longer exists, as the building was demolished earlier this year.

 

Monitor 2

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

 

 

 

 

Hannah Millest, Nothing but smoke…, 2015

Hannah Millest

Nothing but smoke…, 2015

An interactive installation for one person at a time created by those who view it. This playful exploration engages and frames the viewers, questioning their use of time.

 

Monitor 2

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Bibliothèque 1st floor

Magnified Stage positioned on a tree

Clarinda Tse

Magnified Stage, 2015

Participatory site specific installation. Audiences are invited to observe from the indoor balcony at MAC the response of airborne wildlife to this outdoor installation.

 

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Balcony and Exterior area

Maison de l'Art et de la Communication - Cinema Theatre

A Collage of film stills from Program 1&2

British Council and Film London Moving Image International Touring Programme

Maison de l’Art et de la Communication – Cinema Theatre

Moving Pictures is an innovative programme of artists’ film which brings together 18 filmmakers who have been nominated for the prestigious Film London Jarman Award over the past seven years. The programme has been selected by the British Council and Film London and showcases the rich and diverse range of artists’ moving image work currently being produced in the UK.

The Film London Jarman Award is an annual prize celebrating imagination, innovation and excellence among UK artist filmmakers. Inspired by Derek Jarman, one of Britain’s most experimental and controversial artists of the late 20th century, the award recognises work that resists conventional definition.

Moving Pictures is available as two programmes, each lasting around 70 minutes, which contain a selection of innovative and thought provoking works.

Programme 1 features work by Brad Butler and Karen Mirza, John Akomfrah, Anja Kirschner and David Panos, Stephen Sutcliffe, Ed Atkins, Rachel Maclean, Emily Wardill, Elizabeth Price, and James Richards, who was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2014.

Programme 2 features work by Luke Fowler, 2013 Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost, Ben Rivers, John Smith, Laura Buckley, Andrew Kötting, Benedict Drew, Clio Barnard and Zineb Sedira.

 

Programme 1

Karen Mirza & Brad Butler

Hold Your Ground, 2012, 7 min 47 sec

 

John Akomrah

The Call of Mist – Redux, 2012, 13 min 18 sec

 

Anja Kirchner & David Panos

An Exchange for Fire: Personal Responsibility 2013, 3 min 3 sec

 

Elizabeth Price

Choir, 2011, 9 min 36 sec

 

Stephen Sutcliffe

Come to the Edge, 2003, 1 min 50 sec

 

Stephen Sutcliffe

O come all ye faithful, 2007, 56 sec

 

James Richards

Looking So Hard at Something It Distorts or Becomes Obscured (Not Blacking Out, Just Turning the Lights Off), 2011, 16 min 16 sec

 

Ed Atkins

Death Mask II: The Scent, 2010, 8 min 42 sec

 

Emily Wardill

The Pips, 2011, 3 min 37 sec

 

Rachel Maclean

The Lion and The Unicorn, 2012, 11 min 30 sec

 

Programme 2

Laure Provoust

It, Heat, Hit, 2010, 7 min 22 sec

 

John Smith

Dad’s Stick, 2012, 5 min 9 sec

 

Laura Buckley

The Magic Know-How, 2013, 9 min 22 sec

 

Ben Rivers

Origin of the Species, 2008, 15 min 39 sec

 

Andrew Kotting

Edgeland Mutter, 2009, 4 min 16 sec

 

Benedict Drew

Sludge Manifesto, 2011, 1 min 29 sec

 

Clio Barnard

Dark Glass, 2006, 8 min 47 sec

 

Luke Fowler

Lester, 2009, 3 min 25 sec

 

Zineb Sedira

MiddleSea, 2008, 15 min 55 sec

 

Georgina Wilcox, Poultry Class, 2014