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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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Jeremiah Ambrose

Jeremiah Ambrose publishes article: Systems of seeing: Virtual gaze interaction

“Augmenting Berger’s Ways of Seeing (1972), this article seeks to define and contextualize the most dominant form of perceptual interaction in virtual reality. Combining my own practice with an art-historical overview, I explore a creative application of interactive 360° film, whilst also addressing the need to critically engage with this new medium. I propose that …

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