Film Programme curated by Ian White with works by Claude Chuzel, Hollis Frampton, Dalia Neis, Uriel Orlow, Michael Robinson and Valerie Tevere.
Tatton Park Biennial | African Adventures
Including films by Peter Kubelka, Uriel Orlow, Jean Rouch. Curated by Lucy Reynolds
Whitstable Biennale | The Longest Day of the Year Film Festival
BFI Southbank | Antarctica Starts Here
A filmic journey which leads to various international hotels. Travelling down roads and over bridges, it questions how individuals and cinema audiences relate to the world outside their immediate perceptual orbit. Films by George Barber, John Smith, Uriel Orlow, Roger Hewins and BBC TV. Curated by William Fowler.
Art Basel | Swiss Art Awards 2008
Exhibition Hall 2.3
Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts (ICIA), Bath | Artists’ Talk
LSE | Talking Pictures
A series of lunchtime talks involving art historians, gallery curators and artists who have each been invited to offer a concise and insightful interpretation on their chosen work of art. Speakers in the first series include: Clare Grafik (Curator Photographers’ Gallery), Uriel Orlow (artist), Sandy Nairne (Director National Portrait Gallery), Hana Sakuma (Artist).
Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London | Vicissitudes: History & Destinies of Psychoanalysis
Concluding conference of the AHRC funded network ‘Psychoanalysis and the arts & humanities: a multilingual perspective.’ Invited artists: William Cobbing, Juan Cruz, Jaspar Joseph-Lester, Sharon Kivland, Zoe Laughlin, Stéphane Le Mercier, Uriel Orlow, Marcella Vanzo
Blancpain Art Contemporain, Geneva | Historians of the Present
Programme 1: After Shoah
Susan Hiller, Ori Gersht, Uriel Orlow
Archway Library / Archway Polytechnic | The One Day Gazette
Performance to mark the publication of the One Day Gazette (published as part of the work of the Department of Conductivity and Receptivity at Archway Polytechnic).
Tate Britain | The Archival Impulse: Artists and Archives
Symposium with contributions by Bruce McLean, Angela Weight, Neal White, Harold Offeh, Ruth Maclennan, Uriel Orlow and others. Chaired by Clive Philpot.
South London Gallery | Marcia Farquhar: 12 Shooters
Screening of films by Zoë Brown, Nichola Bruce, Jem Finer, Judith Goddard, Dryden Goodwin, Andrew Kötting, Trine Nedreaas, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Uriel Orlow, Tom Paine, Sarah Pucill, Tal Sterngast and Gary Stevens.
Whitechapel Gallery, London | New Work UK: Trust Yourself
Curated by Lina Dzuverovic featuring work by Michelle Deignan, Chia-En Jao, Yaron Lapid, Flávia Müller Medeiros, Harold Offeh, Uriel Orlow
60th Film Festival Locarno | Play Forward
Screening of artists’ films at international film festival, including films by Victor Alimpiev, Markus Bertuch, Séverine Hubard, Clare Langan and Uriel Orlow.
Art 38 Basel | Swiss Art Awards 2007
Exhibition of artists shortlisted for an award.
BFI Southbank, London | New Lands
New artists’ films by Steven Ball • Stephen Connolly • Graham Gussin • Anja Kirschner • Hilary Koob-Sassen • Matthew Noel-Tod • Uriel Orlow; curated by William Fowler.
Brighton Fringe Festival, Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton | Scratch the Surface Ensemble Concert
Uriel Orlow’s artic road-movie ‘A Picturesque Journey’ set to ‘Music in Similar Motion’ by Philip Glass performed live by the ensemble Scratch the Surface. The concert will also feature works by Steve Reich, Amy Cunningham, Conall Gleeson, Claudia Kappenberg. Mikhail Karikis will perform material from his forthcoming album Orphica.
Kunstmuseum Bonn | Videonale 11
Videonale II shows the latest video creations by 50 international artists selected by Cecilia Anderson (freelance curator Tate Liverpool), Karen van den Berg (lecturer in art at Zeppelin University), Katja Davar (artist), Tomasz Wendland (artist and curator of IF Museum, Poznan) and Georg Elben (curator of Videonale 11)
Galerie Staubkohler, Zurich | Booklaunch and Screening of Deposits
Cornerhouse/BBC Big Screen, Exchange Square, Manchester | The Bigger Picture
In Concert was screened as part of The Bigger Picture on The Big Screen, Manchester, the world’s first public space broadcasting experiment featuring a 25 square metre video screen and full sound system. The Bigger Picture is a Cornerhouse project, working in partnership with BBC Manchester and Manchester City Council, established to exhibit selections of the best moving image work being produced today.