Posts by Jamie Wyld

DeNatured – Vital Capacities exhibition

  For April 2022’s Vital Capacities residency, we invited three artists to join as part of our collaboration with Videotage (Hong Kong), Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured. The artists, Andrew Luk (Hong Kong), violet marchenkova (UK) and Jess Starns (UK), took part in Vital Capacities, while also participating in Videotage’s online residency, Leave Your Body, which…

Exploring early film in Hove, with Dr Frank Gray, Screen Archive South East

Exploring early film in Hove, with Dr Frank Gray, Screen Archive South East Free screening and talk by Dr Frank Gray (director, Screen Archive South East) at Hangleton & Knoll Project, St Richard’s Church, Egmont Rd, Hove BN3 7FP. Time and date: 11am, 7 June 2022. To book a place, email Katie Merrien: katie.merrien@hkproject.org.uk At…

Days of Wonder – Screening programme

Days of Wonder Days of Wonder is a curated programme of artists’ film & video created using archival footage by international artists, and archive films by Brighton & Hove pioneer filmmakers from Screen Archive South East (SASE). Archive films will be accompanied by a live music performance. Bringing together some of the earliest films made…

Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured – screenings in UK and Hong Kong

Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured is a programme of 8 films by international artists, which shows how artists are creating and building new virtual worlds, and in those spaces how they are exploring environmentalism, new societies, post-apocalypse, the (virtual) body and the afterlife. The programme explores how artists are interpreting different forms of environment, from real…

Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured

Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured explores how artists are interpreting different forms of environment, from real to virtual to the spaces in between. It attempts to reconsider the evolving notion of environments and (meta)universes, via recent work by artists and filmmakers. Through Both Sides Now 7, we examine how artists are disrupting, commenting upon, and…

Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured – find out more & individual films

Both Sides Now 7: DeNatured explores how artists are interpreting different forms of environment, from real to virtual to the spaces in between. It attempts to reconsider the evolving notion of environments and (meta)universes, via recent work by artists and filmmakers. Through Both Sides Now 7, we examine how artists are disrupting, commenting upon, and…

Third Thursdays season finale – 21st April

Third Thursdays’ theme for April is Memory. We have curated a programme of new and existing works by artists and filmmakers that reflect on and stimulate memories. Including ‘Laser Lunar Lander’ by Seb Lee-Delisle – the 70s videogame projected onto Polo Restaurant (Nile St, The Lanes); ‘Remembering Place’ by Thomas Buckley – a new commission…

UK and Hong Kong artists join Vital Capacities for April

For the sixth Vital Capacities residency, we partner with Videotage (Hong Kong) to work with artists from both Hong Kong and the UK. From 1 April, artists Andrew Luk, Jess Starns and violet marchenkova will join Vital Capacities, to undertake research and develop new work. Working with our partners, they will explore and exchange new ideas…

Third Thursday on 17th March

We have our next Third Thursday on 17 March. This month’s theme is Environment. There are a number of intepretations of environment in the programme, from artists exploring ecology and environmentalism, to filmmakers looking at their environment and how they respond to it. Third Thursdays’ film trail will be showing a collection of films which…

Paid opportunity for stewards for Third Thursdays

Call out for stewards – paid opportunity We’re looking for outgoing, friendly people who would be willing to be stewards and help support the delivery of Third Thursdays. To work with us to support musicians and to oversee films in windows. May require a little light lifting. Dates: 17 Mar & 21 Apr, between 4pm…

Third Thursdays Brighton – 17 February 2022

February’s Third Thursday’s theme is Colour in celebration of LGBTQ+ History month during February. Colourful films and artworks will be installed and projected around Brighton, spreading from The Lanes and North Laine to Western Road and Preston Street. Bring Your Own Beamer will be part of this month’s Third Thursday, delivered by Pop-Up Brighton, lighting…

Days of Wonder – celebrating the magic of early cinema

Days of Wonder is a free festival of creativity, installations and experiments for all ages celebrating the magic of early cinema and filmmaking. For three days in February, Hove Museum & Art Gallery will be packed with fun ways to get creative: learn more about the museum’s film and media collection discover the innovations of…

Knotted Water Sizzled Tongue by Tzu-Huan Lin – Online exhibition with Platform Asia

Languages are shapes that have fallen out of our mouths. A story about the attempt to make perfect pronunciation for immigrants.  Exhibition dates: 24 Jan – 11 Feb 22, online – opening at 11 am on 24 Jan. Platform Asia presents Knotted Water Sizzled Tongue 形聲, a new film by Tzu-Huan Lin, in collaboration…

Third Thursdays Brighton – 20 January 2022

Third Thursdays Brighton, 20 January 2022 Third Thursdays returns in 2022 on 20 January, between 4:30pm and 6:30pm. With music by musicians from Brighton & Hove, and film and video work by artists from across the globe. Curated by videoclub. Join our walking cinema film trail and watch films projected onto buildings around Brighton; listen to music played…