Artists in Residence
London, Art Making, Space and Everyday Life
A season using artist’s film and archive material to explore the unstable relationship between London’s space, art-making, and everyday life.
Each programme presents a moving image chronology of London: encountering the shifting neighbourhoods and spaces adopted as artists’ studios, to shared living spaces, to pubs; bringing together artist’s responses to the changes in everyday urban landscape with documents of the culture industry’s varying embrace, rejection and struggle under these conditions.
Curated by Matthew Barrington, Matthew Harle, and Therese Henningsen.
Enjoy a 20% discount if you buy 2 or more screenings in this season at the same time!
Artists in Residence: Public House Portraits
Three films exploring how public houses are used in the changing landscape of East London from the sixties until today.
Artists in Residence: Work, Play and Protest + Discussion
In this moving image programme, three artists across three different points of time consider the relationship between artists and the city.
Artists in Residence: Trading Places
Three films that capture different perspectives on the relationship between London’s landscape, creativity and capital.