Spike Island

Spike Island Open StudiosFilm Open 2015


1 to 4 May 2015, 5.15–6.15pm


Free, booking advised

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Spike Island Open Studios

Spike Island presents Film Open 2015, a screening programme of new moving image work. Selected from an open call to members of the UK's leading art support networks, the programme launches at Spike Island and later travels on to Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Transmission, Glasgow, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, S1 Artspace, Sheffield and the ICA, London.

The selection has been made by Steven Cairns, ICA Associate Curator of Artists’ Film and Moving Image.

Film Open Screenings will take place at 5.15pm on Friday 1, Saturday 2, Sunday 3 and Monday 4 May 2015, as part of Spike Island Open Studios 2015.

This is a two-part screening programme running on alternate evenings at Spike Island. Each screening is approximately 60 minutes in duration.

Book your free place for the screenings here

Index: Part 1 - Friday 1 and Sunday 3 May at 5.15pm


Warren Garland, Welcome to Baltia, (2014), 4 min

Jack Saunders, Post-Incubation, (2014), 7 min

Lewis Den Hertog, Protein Shake - Episode 1, (2014), 15 min  

Karen Cunningham, Development, (2000-15), 9 min

Susannah Stark, Coatl, (2015), 2 min

Fred Pedersen, Mannequin, (2014/15), 2 min

Emma Charles, After the Bell, (2009), 4 min     

Liam Allan, To the free spirits in all cultures that Soichiro Honda typifies, (2014), 14 min

Mathew Parkin, One Touch Reworked, (2014), 10 min 

Maryniak and McLean, Adam and Eve in the Garden of Sweden, (2013), 1 min  


Index: Part 2 - Saturday 2 May and Monday 4 May at 5.15pm


Stuart Layton, You never wash up after yourself, (2014), 3 min

Toby Huddlestone, Video Apathy, (2010), 7 min

Charlie Tweed, Archimeters, (2012), 5 min

Jemma Egan, Buns, (2015), 1 min

Alexander Story Gordon, Ur/Err, (2012), 13 min

Jane Topping, Teeth, (2014), 2 min

Aideen Doran, Oblomov’s Dream, (2014-15), 18 min

Grace Williams, V is for Val, (2013), 30sec

Dan Auluk, Move Closer, (2014), 4 min

Laura Yuile, Identified Objects, (2015), 4 min


The screening programmes contain adult content and are not suitable for children