The first LOCOMOTION Artists’ Moving Image Festival is on at London’s STORE, running from May 2 to 4.
Bringing together a series of screen-based presentations by artists working with the moving image, including Steve Reinke, Juliette Bonneviot, Rachel Reupke, Jenna Bliss, Sam Keogh and Chris Kraus and others, the festival follows three distinct, though interrelated themes across Moving Parts, Burning the Days and Selected.
Each programme explores the negotiation between people and their environment, censorship and the voice, as well as a selection of works chosen by Lucy Clout, Anna Gritz and Omar Kholeif.
Read an interview with Rachel Reupke and see the LOCOMOTION website for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve tickets. **
Header image: Yuri Pattison, ‘Colocation, time displacement’.
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