Niteflights. CCA, Glasgow 11-12-13

Niteflights. CCA, Glasgow 11-12-13

Dinda Fass, Lauren Gault, Michelle Hannah and Catherine Street, The Social Media of Too Long, March 2014 (The Silver River), edition of 100, A1

Dinda Fass, Lauren Gault, Michelle Hannah and Catherine Street, The Social Media of Too Long, March 2014 (The Silver River), edition of 100, A1

The Silver River, photograph Katie Bruce, GoMA, Glasgow

The Silver River, photograph Katie Bruce, GoMA, Glasgow

The Silver River, film stills, 2014

The Silver River, film stills, 2014

A5 card, The Silver River/”the National Review of live art”, 2014

A5 card, The Silver River/”the National Review of live art”, 2014

The Silver River (2014), Atelier Public, GoMA

The Silver River (2014), Atelier Public, GoMA

Greyscale, 2013-2014

Greyscale, 2013-2014

CMYK, 2013-2014

CMYK, 2013-2014

Open Call for film, video and spoken word (live) works

Atelier Public, Modern Edinburgh Film School, “The National Review of Live Art”

20 February - 27 May 2014

"The National Review of Live Art" employs discussion, film and the application of terms like duration, longevity, audience, site and stillness to explore the working relationships between moving image and live art. It works as a kind of “time machine” with a line drawn from the archives of Third Eye Centre and the CCA from 1990 to the present, channelling and invoking groups and generations of Glasgow-based artists exposed to the terminologies that meet, overlap or synchronize in film and performance. Staged like a play, with an open text of speech, screening and contribution, it explores language and event, and draws on a number of artists and selected works that generate a line between the live, the moving image, the counterpart, and senses of theatricality or spectacle.

Or

An Event at Atelier Public, Gallery of Modern Art, February–May 2014

Modern Edinburgh Film School proposes a film, discussion, screening and performance event for its appearance at Atelier Public, a kind of archival and institutional substitution, a phrasing of one space and its memories onto the expression and ideas of another. Using ideas linking spaces and audiences, participation and selection, this event speculates on a line between live art and moving image, especially works that explore text and voice, bridged by discussion, conversation and the social.

Or

Past aesthetics on Quark Xpress (black and white screen)
Day for Nightclubs
Talcum Powder Rooms, Liquid Air
Dogsinhoneyforcedentertainmenttheinstituteoffailuregoatislandthirdangelmanact
Jack Goldstein, Jack Smith, and Malcome Le Grice
What We Have Done, What We Are About To Do, CCA
Sat 18 August — Sat 1 September 2012
Neil Bartlett’s Gloria and Sarrasine 1990-1991

Please note this event is a one-off project to be included in a broader work project and event series associated with Atelier Public.


To submit
Works can be submitted via Vimeo and YouTube links, final selected works can be sent via Dropbox or WeTransfer. To alexander.hetherington@gmail.com

Deadline 31 January 2014
Accepting works under 30 minutes long in video, 8mm or 16mm formats, and spoken word pieces. Discussion about the presentation of short live works to be discussed with selected artists
For spoken word pieces (live), please send a short 100 word description/proposal
Please send 100 word biography, synopsis of the film and one-page CV, this will be used for the publication of a new A2 black and white edition
Works will be screened and presented alongside a group of selected works (to be announced)
Works are not limited to recent pieces
For further information please contact Alex Hetherington (alexander.hetherington@gmail.com)
No postal submissions this round unfortunately


http://glasgowinternational.org/events/atelier-public-2/

The National Review of Live Art

Yvonne, in Two Parts for Michelle Hannah, 2013

New film work in progress, screened at Niteflights, CCA, Glasgow 11 December 2013,