Posts by Jamie Wyld

Artists – Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures

videoclub and Videotage (Hong Kong) are excited to present Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures, the latest edition of our long-term annual project. This edition aims to reflect on life with/after COVID-19 and explores how viruses continually affect our present and future. With events including digital residencies, physical and online screenings, and talks from November…

Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures – online exhibitions

videoclub and Videotage (Hong Kong) are excited to present Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures, the latest edition of our long-term annual project. This edition aims to reflect on life with/after COVID-19 and explores how viruses continually affect our present and future. With events including digital residencies, physical and online screenings, and talks from November…

Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures – screening in Hong Kong

videoclub and Videotage (Hong Kong) are excited to present Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures, the latest edition of our long-term annual project. This edition aims to reflect on life after COVID-19 and explores how viruses continually affect our present and future. With events including digital residencies, physical and online screenings, and talks from November…

Inside Your Body – exhibition

Inside Your Body Inside Your Body is an exhibition of work created by Jaene F. Castrillon, Damien Robinson, Clifford Sage and Angela Su during a month-long online residency on Vital Capacities in November 2020.  Exhibition dates: From 7 December 2020 Exhibition site: vitalcapacities.com Angela Su has been participating in Videotage’s Minecraft residency, Leave Your Body,…

Peer to Peer: UK/HK – Artistic exchange in the time of global pandemic

We are delighted to be part of Peer to Peer: UK/HK, a digital programme and platform encouraging meaningful cultural exchange and forging enduring partnerships between the UK and Hong Kong’s visual arts sectors. The programme coincides with Both Sides Now 6, our annual collaboration with Videotage in Hong Kong, which includes a residency exchange between…

New resident artists on Vital Capacities

Our second residency programme on Vital Capacities brings together artists from the UK, Canada and Hong Kong, taking place between 2 Nov and 10 Dec 2020. Artists will be exploring ideas across the period, sharing work with audiences. The artists are: Jaene F. Castrillon Jaene F. Castrillon is an interdisciplinary film-based artist residing in Toronto,…

Interviews with resident artists on Vital Capacities

The four artists who are participating in our first residency programme have been sharing their thoughts on participating, what they’re doing and their ideas on the work they make. Interviews can be seen in full on the Vital Capacities website, but here’s a glimpse in response to the question – “Can you say a little about…

Strangelove – ISOLATION DIVERSITY CLIMATE

Earlier in 2020, we were invited by the Strangelove team to be one of five selectors, including Abigail Addison, James Collie, Chris Meigh-Andrews and the Strangelove Team, for their international open call programme. The programme, entitled ISOLATION / DIVERSITY / CLIMATE, is presented in 5 screening rooms online. Visitors and audiences can review, discuss and comment on…

PRESENTS – online exhibition

Our first exhibition on Vital Capacities, PRESENTS, is curated by resident artist, Romily Alice Walden and COVEN collective member, Frances Breden, and includes a programme of film and video. PRESENTS opened on 7 Sept 2020. Go to the PRESENTS exhibition now, or read more below about the show and its content. PRESENTS is a screening of short video works…

Vital Capacities – digital residency launch 1 Sept

Over the past three months we’ve been working with four artists – Seecum Cheung, Joey Holder, Daniel Locke and Romily Alice Walden to create a new purpose-built digital residency space, Vital Capacities. The aim of the project is to provide artists with time and space to develop ideas, while inviting audiences to engage with and…

Wimbledon College of Arts – Print & Time-Based Media graduation moving image show

videoclub is proud to present a collection of moving image works from the 2020 graduating artists from Wimbledon College of Arts’ Fine Art: Print & Time-Based Media BA (Hons) programme. Work by 11 students from the course will be shown from 4th till end of August on videoclub’s website. We wanted to showcase this year’s students’…

Selected X programme – individual films

Watch the Selected X programme of films individually. The film programme can be watched as a curated programme on the main page, or as individual films here. There is also the option of watching Jennifer Martin’s film, TEETH with audio description – see below. Artists for the 10th year of Selected are: Ayo Akingbade, Beverley Bennett, Danielle Braithwaite-Shirley, Rabz Lansiquot, Jennifer Martin, Sharif…

Yu Araki’s ‘Bivalvia: Act I’ showing online with God’s House Tower

Yu Araki’s Bivalvia Act I showing as part of God’s House Tower’s Beside the Sea: Summer Screenings programme. We were invited to nominate a film by God’s House Tower in Southampton as part of their Beside the Sea: Summer Screenings programme. Throughout July, the Summer Screenings programme will explore how artists and filmmakers have been…