Introduction to Artists’ Moving Image

19 November, 2016
– 19 November, 2016
2pm – 5pm
Waterlow Park Centre
Peter Kubelka's Arnulf Rainer, 1960. Installation view.

Using key works from the LUX archive – the largest collection of artists film and video in the country – this short introductory course will trace and discuss artists’ engagement with the moving image throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, from the early pioneers of the 1920s to contemporary practitioners. We will explore through active discussion the relationship between art and cinema and the place and role of the moving image within contemporary visual arts today.
Led by Maria Palacios Cruz, LUX Deputy Director.
No previous knowledge is required, just a curiosity to see and find out more about this fascinating area of art practice.
This course is limited to 20 participants; please reserve your place by booking.

LUX Deputy Director Maria Palacios Cruz is a curator and lecturer of avant-garde cinema and artists’ moving image. She has lectured at Kingston University, Central Saint Martins, Academie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles and Ecole de Recherche Graphique.


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