Esther Johnson’s ‘Abstractions of Holderness’ screening at Hull’s UK City of Culture festival – February 2017

Image of wind turbines from Esther Johnson, Abstractions of Holderness

Esther Johnson’s new film Abstractions of Holderness to screen with BBC Concert Orchestra as part of Hull 2017. Abstractions of Holderness is an audio-visual work inspired by Basil Kirchin’s 1970s residency in East Yorkshire. The music for the film is scored by Saint Etienne and will premiere during Mind on the Run: The Basil Kirchin Story, a 3-day festival as […]

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Susannah Gent’s Unhomely Street selected for Oberhausen Short Film Festival – May 2017

GENT unhomely street

Unhomely Street Oberhausen Short Film Festival Thursday 11 May – Tuesday 16 May 2017 Susannah Gent‘s film Unhomely Street, has been selected to premiere at the 63rd International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen. The festival runs from 11 – 16 May 2017. Unhomely Street follows a female protagonist in a state of fugue following a head injury as she wanders […]

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Rose Butler’s film BOX selected for One Minute International Video Art Festival – exhibitions opens 23 March 2017

Rose Butler, Box

BOX One Minute International Video Art Festival Milan Thursday 23 March – Sunday 2 April 2017 Rose Butler’s film BOX has been selected for the One Minute International Video Art Screening in Milan Photographed on a 1920’s box camera and created from a film printed in its entirety – including the gaps between the images. This animation includes all the […]

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Material Truths at Site Gallery features work by Penny McCarthy, Reader in Fine Art – opens 17 February

Penny McCarthy Material Truths, Joan's Hand Tracey Holland

Material Truths Site Gallery, Sheffield Friday 17 February – Friday 10 March 2017 Open Tuesday – Saturday 11.00am – 5.30pm Admission is free Material Truths, featuring work from Penny McCarthy, opens at Site Gallery Sheffield on Friday 17 February 2017. Penny McCarthy: Folder explores the framework of meaning that is produced when representations of material forms are transported between the […]

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Sharon Kivland, Reader in Fine Art, features in student’s film nearly 25 years on …

Image from The Problem of Perspective

The Problem of Perspective is a series of screenings illuminating a distinctly northern perspective on the history of artists’ moving image in England. The project surveys an array of production strategies deployed by video artists and filmmakers across Yorkshire and the Humber, the North East and Cumbria from the ‘60s to the early 2000s. This edition of the project includes […]

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Professor David Swann’s ABC Syringe selected for The Design Museum collection

David Swann's ABC Syringe

Professor David Swann’s invention ABC Syringe (A Behaviour Changing Syringe) has been selected by The Design Museum for its long-term collection. The groundbreaking ABC Syringe also featured in the Design Museum’s re-launch events which marked the move to its spectacular new home on High Street Kensington, London. The ABC syringe is featured in a short film commissioned for the re-launch, alongside such other […]

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PhD student, Rachel Emily Taylor’s exhibition at The Foundling Museum, London

These portraits are the result of art workshops conducted by doctoral student, Rachel Emily Taylor, during her residency at The Foundling Museum, London from February – October 2016. Rachel Emily Taylor’s project analyses how biographical narratives are employed within the heritage discourse: unravelling the dialogues, particularly in the presentation of a historical person, in a museum context. The workshops explored […]

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‘Testing, Testing’ – Exhibition and Symposium

Imaging containing text 'Testing, Testing'

Testing, Testing SIA Gallery, Sheffield Hallam University Emma Bolland, Rose Butler, Michael Day, Susannah Gent, Debbie Michaels, Emma O’Connor, Bernadette O’Toole, Jo Ray, Rachel Smith, Rachel Emily Taylor Artists speak about ‘making’ all the time, but what making looks like, feels like, where it takes place and how it occurs can differ greatly from one artist to the next. Whether […]

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