Screening of One Minute Volume 4
05-03-2011 - 05-03-2011
The Museum of Club Culture is proud to present a screening of …
One Minute Volume 4
on Saturday 5th February from 12pm – 5pm
This programme of artists' moving image lasts 1 hour and will be screened continuously throughout the afternoon in The Projection Room at:
The Museum of Club Culture
10 Humber Street
Hull, HU1 1TG
One Minute volume 4 - the fourth in the series of programmes of artists' moving image, curated by artist Kerry Baldry. Each film lasts 1 minute and includes work by over 40 international artists.
The programme includes an eclectic range of techniques, media and processes e.g. stop frame, video, film, Super8 and 16mm, split screen, superimposition, animation, digital and live action all constrained by a time limited of 60 seconds.
One Minute volume 4 includes work by:
Katharine Meynell, Jonathan Moss, Eva Rudlinger, Chris Meigh Andrews, Martin Pickles, Gordon Dawson, Sam Renseiw and Philip Sanderson, Tony Hill, Laure Prouvost, Stuart Moore and Kayla Parker, Kerry Baldry, Alex Pearl, Steven Ball, Anahita Razmi, Kate Jessop, Bob Levene, Erica Scourti, Elizabeth Hobbs, Liam Wells, Claire Morales, Michael Cousin, Tina Keane, Virginia Hilyard, Riccardo Iacono, Fil Ieropoulos, Marty St. James, James Snazell, Stuart Pound, Richard Tuohy, Simon Payne, Tansy Spinks, Louisa Minkin, Zhel Vukicevic, Leister/Harris, Nicki Rolls, Nick Herbert, Daniela Butsch, Michael Szpakowski, David Kefford, Cate Elwes.
One Minute Volume 4 is a touring programme and has already been screened at S1 Artspace in Sheffield, Meinblau in Berlin, C.A.R. - Contemporary Art in Ruhr - Germany, The Big Screens in the UK,The Ukrainian Art Festival in Koktebel. Marseille Project Gallery - France, The Showroom Cinema - Sheffield, Stew Gallery - Norwich, Plymouth Arts Centre and at Kinofest which screened One Minute Volume 4 at The National Museum of Contemporary Art, in Bucharest.
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