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Film Screening: Selected 9

Film Screening: Selected 9

Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot, Plasma Vista (2016) Courtesy the artists

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Including a conversation between Jamie Wyld of videoclub and artist Alia Pathan

A new collection of diverse artists’ film and video, bringing together some of the best recent work from early career film and video artists from across the UK.

Selected is touring the UK from May to July 2019, with screenings taking place at some of the UK’s leading venues for showcasing artists’ film and video.

Nominated by the artists shortlisted for the Film London Jarman Award 2018 Daria Martin, Jasmina Cibic, Lawrence Lek, Margaret Salmon, David Blandy and Larry Achiampong and Hardeep Pandhal – Selected brings together some of the best work from early career film and video artists from the UK in a vibrant programme of recent artists’ moving image.

Artists in the programme include: Vikesh Govind, Ollie Dook, Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot, Laura O’Neill, Clifford Sage, Daisy Smith, Alia Pathan, Alexander Storey Gordon and Kimberley O’Neill.

An in conversation between Jamie Wyld and Alia Pathan follows the screening.

Programme

Vikesh Govind, Shoes (2017) 3’40”

Ollie Dook, Processing Papers (2015) 8’07”

Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot, Plasma Vista (2016) 7’31”

Laura O’Neill, AGAIN AGAIN AGAIN (WE EAT THE WORLD AND THE WORLD EATS US) (2017) 8’32”

Clifford Sage, Where’s My Stick (2017) 4’21”

Daisy Smith, Extension (2018) 5’09”

Alia Pathan, Emperor Far Away (2016) 4’50”

Alexander Storey Gordon, In Camera (I Used Blood for the Red) (2015) 1’44”

Kimberley O’Neill, Circuits of Bad Conscience (2017) 12’

“… if you’re in search of something experimental, intriguing, challenging, perhaps even perplexing… think of this as a lucky dip, perhaps containing a future Turner Prize winner.” – The Guardian

Produced by videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network. Supported by Arts Council England and Film London.

Alia Pathan, Emperor Far Away (2016) Courtesy of the artist