Last Friday Shorts is an evening of experimental film and video at TAP.
FRI 27 JANUARY 2012:
7.30-8.30 Films with introduction:
EDWIN ROSTRON: Visions of the Invertebrate is a collaboration between artist Edwin Rostron and musician Supreme Vagabond Craftsman. The film uses a hybrid process of hand-drawn animation, digitally coloured and assembled.
OLIVIA HUMPHREYS: Oneironauts – The Dream Travellers
+ 8.45pm – 9.45pm
International short films including:
- I swam in the Sea Last Week by Lebanese artist Nesrine Khodr
- Deborah Stratman’s (US) The Magicians House
- Coal Father’s (US) litany of concern, Are You Worried? and Family Time
- Tim Webb’s (UK) 15th Feb, a mix of live action and animation to a poem by Peter Reading
- Bill Morrison’s Light is Calling – ‘A scene from The Bells (1926) is optically reprinted and edited to Michael Gordon’s 7 minute composition. A meditation on the fleeting nature of life and love, as seen through the roiling emulsion of an film.’
For full programme, check this website before the event.
Supported by Essex & Suffolk Water and Arts Council of England
Curated by Michaela Freeman.
Future Dates: 24 Feb and 30 March 2012
See the Website. for full archive and information
LAST FRIDAY SHORTS is a one-evening only educational event where artists present their time-based art works + presentation of an hour long set of international works.
@ TAP, North Rd, SS0 7AB, UK
Curated by Michaela Freeman / Projected by Mike Lowther.
LAST FRIDAY SHORTS:
25 FEBRUARY 2011 7.30-9.45pm
LAST FRIDAY SHORTS are monthly showcases of video art works (time-based arts), including screening of footage used in video installations. Three of the artists attend to talk about their work and answer any questions.
LAST FRIDAY SHORTS is an education event taking place at TAP (Temporary Art Project) with the aim to provide information and education about using film in art and the latest development in digital arts.
For information, updates, or if you have a short film work that you’d like to suggest for one of the future showcases , please email michaela AT idea13.org.
TO SUBMIT FILMS, send them to Michaela Freeman, LAST FRIDAY SHORTS, TAP, Old Water Works Building, North Road, Southend, SS0 7AB Should you wish to have your film returned, please enclose a SAE.
Supported by CoExist Arts, Southend on Sea Council, Arts Council England, Essex and Suffolk Water and Southend Together.
LAST FRIDAY SHORTS – FRI 28 January 2011
7.30-8.30pm - with introduction and Q&A:
ANNA LUISA DIONELLO - Bloody Mary / ELSA JAMES - Inscriptions / CLIO BARNARD – Dark Glass (via skype)
8.30 – 8.45pm – <break>
8.45 – 9.45pm – International short video works including:
PILVI TAKALA (EE) – The Real Snow White / STEPHANE KAAS / HARD (N)- Audiotour / RODRIGO GUDINO (CL) - The Facts in the case of Mr Hollow / KLAUS HOMMERICH (G) - When I have fears / YANNICK PECHERAND (FR) – Le grand Jeu / BETH FULTON (USA)- Television / ALEXANDRE SALTIEL (FR) – Tomoko’s Birds / BIRGIT DEUBNER (UK) - A Tale / RUTH & JOE SEMICONDUCTOR (UK) – Black Rain
FRI 26 NOV 7.30pm @ TAP, North Rd, SS0 7AB
DAVID VALENTINE / FRANCES SCOTT / HEIDI WIGMORE
* Run Wrake (UK) – Rabbit / * Arev Manoukian (CA) – Nuit Blanche / * Barbora Svarcova (CZ) – Psycho-Analysis / * Andres Tenusaar (ES) – Nii pikk / * Chris Lavis & Maciek Szczerbowski (CA)- Madame Tutli-Putli /
With support from LUX, CoExist Arts, Arts Council, Suffolk & Essex Water, Southend on Sea Borough Council, The White Bus, EEDA & Southend Together.
26 SEPTEMBER – @ VILLAGE GREEN ARTS FESTIVAL
25 JUNE 7.30pm
CHRIS BUCHANSKY – Elevation / Concentration / FI JACOBS / JASON PILLEY – Moloch
DONNA KUHN – Please Don’t Look Like a Pear / Letter from a Parasitic Head / VICTOR DIAS – Paco das Artes / CANDAS SISMAN – Edicisum / Ruun / JEANETTE BONDS – Draft
28 MAY at 7.30-9.30pm
30 APRIL – 7.30pm
LIZZY LE QUESNE – Reflections on Shop Window – A video about a performance which sought to challenge the stereotypes of female body as portrayed by the media.
GILLIAN MCIVER – Tarkovsky’s River – Tracing a river journey along the Upper Volga to Yureyvits, Tarkovsky’s birthplace, “journey into landscape, into the deep heart of a place where the river is as wide as a sea, where skies are vast and time stands still.”
CATHIE COX – Midnight Encounter
RODRIGO REIS – Omulu – A woman. Different realities. Present, past and future. Inspired by the Afro-Brazilian religions and their archetypes, and 1970’s Midnight movies.
+ Screening of TANK.TV – Fresh Moves anthology with works by: David Blandy, Ben Callaway, Duncan Campbell, Ergin Çavuşoğlu, Spartacus Chetwynd, Kate Cooper, Ann Course, Katy Dove, Max Hattler, Runa Islam, Kevin Heavey, Anja M. Kirschner, Zineb Sedira, Andrew Kötting, Torsten Lauschmann, Daria Martin, Alexander Heim, Ben Rivers, Samuel Stevens, Stephen Sutcliffe, Mark Aerial Waller, Saskia Olde Wolbers, John Wood & Paul Harrison, Cerith Wyn Evans
Thanks to TANK.TV – click here for their WEBSITE.
Ole Hagen (NO) – Plenum 5 / Orbit 6’22″ / Darshana Vora (IN) – Baker Street 1′ / Susan Francis (UK) - Night Vision 10’58″
<break> Joe Clark – Barbican Bypass – loop
Vera Brunner-Sung (US) – The Garden City 13’34″ – Shot in California and Bangalore
Robert Ladislas Derr (US) Conservation of Momentum – Defying gravity, the water streams through space in a linear path. Communication however, does not flow so seamlessly to another person.
Across the Dotted Line – Is time linear? How is time experienced? How is time witnessed?
Jennifer Moule (CA) – Finish Fox 3’54″ – Dance improvisation in abandoned car park in Amsterdam starring Finnish flashdancer: Arttu Palmio.
Heiko Daxl (GE) – Kira Visitor 9’55″ – Languages: English, German, French, Spanish and Esperanto. An attempt of making contact; a message send by Kira, the visitor. “We don´t play to win. We play to learn and live.” (NCN)
Epilogue 3’44″ – with a voice of Austrian robotic artist, Stelarc.
John Vincent (UK) – A Painted Letter 4′ 1″ – A story of Maria Coroner – one of the few people to have been caught sending hoax Jack the Ripper letters. What, exactly, was going through her mind?
Lena Davidovich (Belarus/NL) – Raised from the Death 6’22″ – Similarities with real events are not coincidental
Bill Cox & Melanie Menard (UK) – Ghost House 46″ – Shot at several abandoned houses in Kerry and Connemara, Ireland, whose last occupants probably left 10-30 years ago.
JANET CURLEY CANNON (UK) – Urban Collection – 4 films – 9’
PETE GOMES (UK) – Central Control 4’53”
THEO TAGHOLM (UK) – The Persistence of Vision 4’58”
LEMEH42 (IT) – 12 Night – 1’25”
EDWIN ROSTRON (UK) – Palmersville – 6’43”
JOZEF AMADO (UK) – War is Beautiful – 1’25”
AUDREY LAM (AU) – Under-development – 7’33”
MATTIA COSTA (IT) – Down – 2’19”
SOPHIE JERRAM (NZ) – Fatty – 10’33”
JESSE REDING FLEMING (USA) – Circuit – 16’43”
This event is FREE.
Pete Gomez – Central Control
10 mins from Southend Victoria Station:
TAP is a Metal project in partnership with CoExist. WEBSITE