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LOOKING, MEDIATED. New LUX Screening Programme

Sun 5 Oct 2014 / 6pm

Open School East
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LOOKING, MEDIATED

Looking, Mediated is a new screening programme of moving image works by artists who utilise, address and challenge contemporary forms of visual experience. Often traversing formal boundaries, these works explore how we view and interact with imagery today, and how these interactions inform social and cultural relationships both on and off the screen. Through forms of audio-visual production such as green screen, 3D animation, avatars, ASMR, image galleries, self-broadcast and interpretative documentary, the potential of the screen as a site for the departure from, or surrogate for, reality is interrogated.

Looking, Mediated is curated by Matt Carter for LUX

In partnership with Art Licks Weekend LUX present a special screening of Looking, Mediated with new commissions from Fabienne Hess and Patrick Hough.

The Art Licks Weekend is a festival that showcases the work of pioneering young artists, curators, galleries and project spaces in London, 3 – 5 October 2014.

 

Programme:

Johann Arens Marte e Venere – A Handheld Monument (2013, 10’08, HD video, colour, sound)

Helen Carmel Benigson The Future Queen of the Screen (2011, 9’18, HD video, colour, sound)

Lucy Clout Shrugging Offing (2013, 10’39, HD video, colour, sound)

Richard Healy The Pines (2014, 4’50, HD video, colour, sound)

 

Patrick Hough will present a new version of Object Interviews specially commissioned for the screening space.

Fabienne Hess presents The Least Important, Art Licks, an image archive containing the least important images submitted by the audience of Art Licks Weekend.

 

Read an interview with Fabienne Hesse by writer Jessie bond about her new commission for Looking, Mediated 

 

A Version of Looking, Mediated previously showed at the Arnolfini, Bristol as part of Encounters Film Festival

 

 

 

 

 

Image credit: Johann Arens, Marte e Venere - A Handheld Monument (2013, 10’08, HD video, colour, sound). Courtesy: Johann Arens