Art Theory: Art and the Moving Image: Some Histories and Legacies

1 June, 2016
– 15 June, 2016
6:30pm – 9pm
Camden Arts Centre & LUX

3 day course
1, 8 & 15 June
What draws sculptors, painters, poets, performers and writers to experiment with the moving image? Taking inspiration from Francizska and Stefan Themerson’s pioneering experiments with film, this short course explores some of the ways in which the avant-garde, alongside more recent artists, have responded to film and video.
The first and third session takes place at Camden Arts Centre. The second takes place at LUX. Find out more information here.
Lucy Reynolds is a curator and lecturer in artist’s moving image with a particular focus on expanded cinema and British avant-garde film of the 1970s. Recent publications include Shadow Play in British Expanded CinemaThe Expanded Cinema Book, Afterall/Tate publications. She is pathway leader for MRes: Moving Image at Central Saint Martins and also teaches at the University of Westminster, Goldsmiths College, LUX and Arnolfini, Bristol and lectures across the UK.


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