AfterGlow (Susceptible, Exposed, Infected, Recovered), boredomresearch, 2016
Seeing Systems is a new curated programme exploring some of the organic and non-organic systems that invisibly impact on our lives. Through a series of short but impactful art films, this programme visualises the patterns, structures and habits that surround us in our everyday lives; from the ubiquitous flight path of mosquitos or the neurological grid of perception to almost superstitious paranoia surrounding invisible transmission of germs and viruses between us or the oblique tracks of migration and dispersal, belonging and difference.
This collection of moving image works by UK-based artists has been curated and presented in collaboration with the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, and will be presented at their venue during August 2018.
Artists in the programme include: boredomresearch, Suki Chan, Anne Haaning, Lyndsay Mann, Ursula Mayer, Naheed Raza and Louise K Wilson.
Programme of events
Seeing Systems film programme will be showing at ArtScience Museum, as part of Art Science on Screen, between 3 and 31 August on a loop between 11am and 6:30pm in the Expression Gallery, Level 4.
16 August 18, 8pm: Ewa Justka will perform a set at ArtScience Museum, in the Expression Gallery, Level 4
18 August 18, 1:30pm: Conversations event – four of the artists from the programme will talk about their work followed by a Q&A, the artists speaking are: Ursula Mayer, boredomresearch, Ewa Justka and Lyndsay Mann. Expression Gallery, Level 4.
18 August 18, 5pm: A screening of all the films will take place before and after the Conversations event. Expression Gallery, Level 4.
boredomresearch, AfterGlow (Susceptible, Exposed, Infected,
Recovered), 2016, 4’36”
Suki Chan, Lucida, 2016, 22’6″
Anne Haaning, KhoiSan Medicine, 2013, 12’28”
Lyndsay Mann, An Order of the Outside, 2016, 19’36”
Ursula Mayer, Atom Spirit, 2016, 17’34”
Naheed Raza, Silk, 2013, 8’30”
Louise K Wilson, Nurrungar, 2006, 2’05”
Louise K Wilson, Woomera, 2006, 1’42”
Full programme with details about the artists and all events can be viewed here: Art Science on Screen – Seeing Systems programme.
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Seeing Systems at ArtScience Museum is part of our Viewfinder programme. videoclub has been awarded funding for Viewfinder from Arts Council England and Creative Scotland to deliver a series of visits across E Asia with artists who work with moving image. This is with the aim of promoting those artists to local audiences and to enable artists to gain contacts, which can lead to earning income, through such as sales, commissions, exhibitions, screenings and residencies. We are visiting cities across China, Taiwan, Singapore and S Korea throughout 2017 and 18.