Kayla’s On Location and Stuart’s One Second a Day and 31 Days were selected by Lucieta Williams, the curator of the Moving Image Art exhibition at Bristol’s Centrespace Gallery 24 – 28 February 2017.
Artist’s film capturing a year in the life of a Devon hollow way exhibited at Plymouth Arts Centre till 19 January 2017
A new digital film directed by Sundog Media’s Kayla Parker, a practice-researcher at Plymouth University, is currently being screened at Plymouth Arts Centre as part of its exhibition programme of artists’ film. The exhibition On Location: Kayla Parker presents the twelve minute film on continuous play in the cinema, enabling audiences to experience the seasonal changes and meteorological phenomena over a twelve month period, captured through successive field trips to a sunken lane in a remote area of rural Devon. read more...
Contemporary Venice, It’s LIQUID International Arts Show, curated by Luca Curci, director of It’s LIQUID Group, and organised in partnership with Valorizzazioni Culturali I Art Events; Palazzo Flangini, Cannaregio 252 - 30121 Venice, Italy. It's LIQUID is a communication platform for contemporary art, architecture and design. It's LIQUID is based on fluidity, motion, connection and accessibility (16 December 2016 to 15 January 2017)
Venice International Experimental Arts Festival: OUT OF BORDERS, international exhibition of architecture, photography, painting, video art, installation and performance art, curated by Luca Curci, director of It’s LIQUID Group, and Andrea Chinellato, director of Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and Venice Art House Gallery; Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice, Italy. OUT OF BORDERS is the experimental strand of the BORDERS Festival and aims to discover the way in which people and artists break the rules of everyday life and exceed the psychic and material borders, creating the starting point for the building of possible futures (14 December 2016 to 16 January 2017)
Our film Reach was selected for the Royal West of England Academy’s 163rd Open Exhibition. read more...
We had work in two locations for Plymouth Art Weekender. The picture above shows Maelstrom: the return and Night Sounding playing in the Royal William Yard’s Mill’s Bakery atrium as part of the Convergence exhibition. Cinematic City and Heaven is a Place were screened in Plymouth University’s Scott Building as part of the Media Arts exhibition.
Sundog Media re-edited Monument for Chris Meigh-Andrews’ solo exhibition. Find out more here:
Plymouth University’s ICCI provided technical and equipment support for the installation.
Reach, a 360 degree installation commissioned by the It’s All About the River film festival screens on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 September in Calstock Arts.
Project was screened at London’s Furtherfield Gallery as part of One Minute volume 7.
One Minute volume 7
Following screenings last autumn at the prestigious De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Sea, Caernafon, and Hull's Museum of Club Culture, the new collection of artists' moving image curated by Kerry Baldry is on show at the Furtherfield Gallery, McKenzie Pavilion London till Sunday 3 February, with over 100 people attending the first day of the exhibition in Finsbury Park. read more...
The charming Lighthouse animation – which won the Young Motion Plymouth Award 2012 and The Young Ones Award at Animated Exeter Festival 2012 – and Teign Sprit whetted the audiences’ appetites for features including Pacific Rim on the large outdoor screen.
The 16mm direct animation film produced by Kayla Parker with students from Sir John Hunt Community Sport College won Young Motion Plymouth 2012. read more...
This Friday and Saturday we’re presenting two days of artists’ moving image in the amazing ICCI 360 degree cinema in Weymouth as part of the Cultural Olympiad.
The ICCI 360 degree video dome is next to the Weymouth Pavilion on the sea front. Find a map here.
The programmes run from 11.00 on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 August 2012 - see details here.
Entry is free to all programmes except the evening slot on Friday.
Friday evening features a premiere of a selection from Kerry Baldry's One Minute artists' film project. This is followed by a performance by internationally acclaimed sonic artist Scanner and the night is rounded off by two hours of 360 degree immersive VJing. All for £8! Tickets available here - search for Scanner on their page.
Our film Sea Front is hanging out in the small but perfectly formed Shorts Experimental section with work by Cordelia Swann, Vera Neubauer, Ben Rivers and others. read more...
Sunday 17 July – Listen!
An evening of ‘silent’ performances and headphone music at The Sallis Benney Theatre:
Me and Machine
Jamie Crofts/ Duncan Bullen
London Short Film Festival screenings by Kayla Parker & Stuart Moore, Max Hattler, Julian Hand, Naren Wilks read more...
photo © Inamo
We had films projected onto tables during Shorts a la Carte at Inamo. Here’s what they said:
This year for the very first time, Inamo became a venue partner with the LSFF to provide an entirely unique experience to that which has gone before. To an intimate group of guests, we presented ‘Shorts a la Carte’: a carefully selected set of abstract short films were projected onto the table tops from above while guests delved into a hearty Sunday afternoon lunch at Inamo in Soho.Films from Kayla Parker & Stuart Moore, Max Hattler, Julian Hand and Naren Wilks made up a colourful 45 minute show of experimentalism, helped along by a complimentary glass of prosecco from Inamo.