‘Golden Sunrise’ @ Antenna Media Centre, Sep 26

23 September 2013

Following last week’s eight-hour PAMI & artist Josephine Callaghan’s Sleeping Upright website takeovers, online exhibition Golden Sunrise –named after a corporate party cruise ship -will tour to Nottingham on September 26. Each artist will transfer the online into the (semi-)IRL by commandeering a screen each at Antenna Media Centre‘s cafe bar for the launch of Candice Jacobs’ Pleasure Voyage solo exhibition at SYSON.

Inspired by the gendered “nowhere voyages” of these feminised leisure spaces, Golden Sunrise features artists Laura Aldrige, Gabriele Beveridge, Kitty Clark, Mel Nguyen and Zoe Williams, as well as Jacobs and Callaghan, and will loop back to the online domain by becoming available to view on the Sleeping Upright website until November 23.

See the Sleeping Upright website for more details. **

Header image: Candice Jacobs, ‘The Measure of Genius’ (2013). Video Still.

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‘The Country of the Blind’ @ The Sunday Painter, Sep 19

18 September 2013

As part of this year’s PAMI, running September 19 to 22, Peckham’s The Sunday Painter will be screening Mumbai-based collective CAMP‘s film The Country of the Blind and Other Stories, named after H.G. Wells’ 33 short science fiction and fantasy stories, starting on the Wednesday.

The group, concerned with infrastructures and mediation, spent a year working with volunteers of the National Coastwatch Institution at the coastal ‘blind spot’ of Kent’s Copt Point, investigating the shipping trade, local ecologies and fishing among other things.

See The Sunday Painter website for more details. **

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PAMI running September 19 to 22

13 September 2013

The third annual Peckham Artist Moving Image, aka PAMI, is running exhibitions and events in South London, over four days, from September 19 to 22.

Previews start on Wednesday September 18, followed by a special screening at Peckham Multiplex coordinated by Bold Tendencies‘ Harriet Blaise Mitchell and Joe Balfour. Works featured have been selected by associates of Lucky PDF, Flat Time House, Arcadia Missa, SLG, The Sunday Painter and recent aqnb interviewee Attilia Fattori Franchini of, and include those by Cécile B Evans, Jon Rafman and Jesse Wine among others.

See the PAMI website for more details. **

Header image: Heather Phillipson, ‘Still from A Is to D What E Is to H’, (2011). Film Still.

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