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One on One:
Wendy Clarke

Sun 24 Nov 2019 / 12-5pm

LUX, Waterlow Park Centre, Dartmouth Park Hill, London, N19 5JF
Free, Booking Essential
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A day dedicated to exploring the experimental video practice of artist Wendy Clarke through screenings and discussions. The event will examine Clarke’s collaborative filmmaking practice, live video streaming and participatory video. It will also consider her early collaborations with her mother, filmmaker Shirley Clarke and how these informed her later projects.

Works screened will include:

– A collection of Clarke’s Love Tapes project (1977-ongoing) taken from over 2,500 videos made of people sharing their thoughts on love

– A selection from Clarke’s One-on-Ones (1991-94), a series of video dialogues between men at California Institution for Men in Chino, California

– Documentation of Clarke’s live video installations and streaming experiments.

Organised by Kim Coleman and Charlotte Procter.


Supported by: 
The University of Reading Centre for Film Aesthetics and Cultures (CFAC)
Polaroid of Wendy Clarke and Nam June Paik at the launch of Clarke's INTERACTIVE VIDEO SCULPTURE at The Whitney Museum, NYC, 1977.

Wendy Clarke  

Wendy Clarke is an independent video artist who has conceived and produced numerous video projects that have been shown internationally on television, museums, galleries and public places. Clarke’s ongoing project The Love Tapes (over 30 edited series since 1977) have been broadcast on television across the US. Her videos have most recently been screened and exhibited at Anthology Film Archives, MoMA, NYC, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, CT, Harvard Film Archives, CT & Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN.