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Noé Sendas: Vanishing Acts – with interview by Professor Jean Wainwright

Noé Sendas: Vanishing Acts
edited by João Silverio 

with an interview by Jean Wainwright (pg 26-34) and a text by Stephan Klee

 A comprehensive edition of the artist’s work of the last ten years, with a special focus on assemblage works, namely the Crystal Girls series. 

Noé Sendas is a multidisciplinary creative mind working with photography, collage, video, sculpture. …

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Andrew Kötting on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Film-makers in Lockdown’ & StrangeLove Festival screening

Film-makers in Lockdown
BBC Radio 4 Film Programme
2 July 2020

What does a film-maker do when they can’t make a film? Three directors share their audio diaries, in which they chart their lives in lockdown.

Mark Jenkin was about to start shooting his follow-up to Bait when Covid 19 intervened. …

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Image: Still from Royal London (2018). Copyrights: Catherine Yass.

‘Falling Away – a prelude’ online event by Professorial Fellow Catherine Yass

Falling Away – a prelude

This online event is the prelude to an exhibition of Catherine Yass’s films at Ambika P3. The exhibition, titled Falling Away, showcases a selection of Yass’s vertiginous films of architectural structures from the past 20 years. Initially scheduled in the LFA 2020 ‘Power’ programme, it has been postponed to the summer …

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The Whalebone box - review on Guardian

Andrew Kotting’s ‘The Whalebone Box’ available to stream & reviews

Some time ago, a whalebone box that was found washed up on a remote beach was given to writer Iain Sinclair. Once touched the box can change lives. In 2018 filmmaker Andrew Kötting, photographer Anonymous Bosch and Sinclair take the box on a reverse pilgrimage from London back to the Isle of Harris.

British artists Andrew …

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