One Minute volume 7 at Furtherfield
Project was screened at London’s Furtherfield Gallery as part of One Minute volume 7. The premiere on Saturday 25 January 2014 packed the two gallery spaces.
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.
One Minute volume 7 features an eclectic mix of films, each lasting 60 seconds, created by internationally renown artists such as John Smith, the winner of the 2013 Film London Jarman Award, as well as a host of other prominent film-makers including Media Arts lecturers Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore.
In the other gallery space Flora was screened as part of the One Minute Remix programme.
The One Minute volume 7 collection tours to Bloc Projects in Sheffield later this month, three weeks starting on Saturday 8th March at Chester Film CO-OP and will be presented in Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema on Tuesday 25 March as part of the Sweet FA initiative.
One Minute volume 7:
One Minute Volume 7 is the latest in the edition of artists' moving image programmes curated by artist film-maker Kerry Baldry, and includes an eclectic mix of work constrained within the time limit of one minute.
The One Minute programmes have been screened world wide at numerous galleries, artists spaces, galleries and film festivals.
Plymouth Arts Centre screening:
Sweet FA is year-long programme that investigates film-making and moving image in contemporary visual arts, and is a partnership between Plymouth Arts Centre and Sundog Media, with support from Plymouth University.
Launched in October 2013 to complement the Luke Fowler exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre, Sweet FA events include an introductory talk to artists' moving image by Kayla Parker, a 16mm film-making workshop day for artists run by Sundog Media, and a lecture on exhibiting cinema in contemporary art by film academic Erika Balsom.