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Tuesday, 26 February 2008
The David Talbot Rice Memorial Lecture 2008
'A Way of Life'
Dr Simon Groom, Director of Modern and Contemporary Art at the
National Galleries of Scotland
An opportunity to hear Simon Groom's ideas and plans for the Scottish
National Gallery of Modern Art. He has previously held posts
including Head of Exhibitions and Collections at Tate Liverpool and
Exhibitions Organiser for Kettle's Yard in Cambridge. He graduated
from the University of Edinburgh in 1989 with a First Class MA in
English Literature and went on to graduate from the Courtauld
Institute with an MA and a PhD in Art History. He joined the National
Galleries of Scotland in autumn 2007.
Wednesday 5 March at 7pm. This is a free event but booking is highly
recommended. All welcome.
Please call 0131 650 2210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book
Monday, 25 February 2008
05.04. - 15.06.2008
When things cast no shadow
When things cast no shadow, the 5th berlin biennial for contemporary art, curated by Adam Szymczyk and Elena Filipovic, brings together artists from different generations and nationalities in an exhibition by day and night that aims to trace the diversity of art practices today.
Eschewing a singular theme, form, or temporality, and determined instead by a critical engagement with artists' processes, When things cast no shadow could be said to take the form of an open structure in five movements without a plot.
The day part of the 5th berlin biennial will be on view at four distinct venues and include mostly newly commissioned works by 50 artists, while the night part of the show will feature still more artists and cultural producers in 63 nightly events taking place in locations spread across the once-divided city.
The exhibition spaces of KW Institute for Contemporary Art, founded in 1991 in Berlin-Mitte will hold, among other projects, films by Babette Mangolte, Michel Auder, and Patricia Esquivias as well as an intervention by Ahmet Ög?üt that comments on state power and its means of control. The attic will be turned into a studio/installation activated by Tris Vonna-Michell's storytelling.
The iconic glass hall of Mies van der Rohe's ultra-modernist Neue Nationalgalerie in former West Berlin has inspired various responses from artists. Among them, a film installation by Susanne M. Winterling explores the water condensation that flaws van der Rohe's masterpiece, while Gabriel Kuri builds up a participatory sculpture that reorganizes one of the building's regular service operations. Cyprien Gaillard brings an unpretentious public sculpture from a housing project in Paris to the terrace of the museum thus positioning a symbol for one failed social-architectural ideal on the grounds representing an opposed, triumphant architectural ideal.
The outdoor exhibition site of the Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum, in the area formerly adjoining the Berlin Wall, presents, among other works, a new community-based project by Kater?ina S?edá, who goes over the fences that separate neighbors in her home village of Lís?en? in the Czech Republic. Lars Laumann screens a film about a woman who married the Berlin Wall, while Ania Molska installs a sculpture used as a prop in her new film.
The first of five alternating, artist-curated solo shows at the Schinkel Pavillon will feature works of Paris-based Swiss-born designer Janette Laverrière, presented by Nairy Baghramian. It will open on March 20, 2008, preceding the official opening of the 5th berlin biennial on April 5 and upsetting the demand for a single, spectacular biennial beginning.
The night part of the biennial, entitled Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours (My nights are more beautiful than your days), comprises 63 nocturnal acts involving artists and other thinkers and takes place throughout the city. Neuro-scientist Olaf Blanke demonstrates an out-of-body experiment, at the encouragement of artist Melvin Moti. The curatorial collective WHW holds a lecture on Modernism in the former Yugoslavia, and Augusto Boal, founder of the Theater of the Oppressed and this year's Nobel Peace Prize candidate, runs a workshop according to his context-sensitive teaching method. Cameron Jamie screens his recent film JO at the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz with a live score by Japanese noise artist Keiji Haino, and more, night after night.
A comprehensive publication has been conceived as an interpretative tool in parallel with the 5th berlin biennial. It includes a visual and textual anthology of source material submitted by participating artists.
The visitors guided tours program Secret Service offers diverse formats of made-to-measure exhibition tours that enable the visitors to investigate the biennial from different angles. Further information and booking at www.berlinbiennale.de.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Potsdamer Straße 50
Kommandantenstraße / Neue Grünstraße
Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours
Every night except Mondays at various places in Berlin.
Detailed program available soon at www.berlinbiennale.de.
Curators: Adam Szymczyk and Elena Filipovic
Director: Gabriele Horn
The presence of the 5th berlin biennial for contemporary art at its various venues is made possible by a co-operation between Kunst-Werke Berlin e. V. and the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz (for the Neue Nationalgalerie), KUNSTrePUBLIK e. V. (for the Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum), and the organizers of the Schinkel Pavillon (for the Schinkel Pavillon).
The 5th berlin biennial for contemporary art is organized by KW Institute for Contemporary Art and is funded by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes/German Federal Cultural Foundation.
The publications accompanying the 5th berlin biennial for contemporary art are generously supported by the LUMA Foundation.
Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours, the night part of the 5th berlin biennial for contemporary art, is kindly supported by the Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso para el Arte (FABA).
The 5th berlin biennial for contemporary art is supported by Peter Marino Architect.
Weitere Informationen / Further information:
T +49  2434 59 42
Thursday, 21 February 2008
The Gi are looking for enthusiastic, positive, friendly and energetic
volunteers to be involved in welcoming local, national and
international artists, guests and visitors to Glasgow international
Festival 2008.This is a great opportunity to see some of the best of
contemporary visual arts in Glasgow, improve your CV, meet new people
and be part of the exciting Festival events. If you are successful,
you will be invited for a short, informal interview lasting approx. 20
minutes on either Tues 25th or Wed 26th March between 12 - 8pm. You
will then be invited to a training session on either Tues 1st April 3
- 5pm or Thurs 3rd April 6 - 8pm. It is obligatory to attend one of
these sessions if going forward to volunteer with Gi. We can provide
travel expenses within Glasgow, Lunch and refreshments, Festival
Catalogue, A training session before you start Invitations to some
Once you have decided which volunteer opportunity is for you, then
please fill in the application form and return it to
email@example.com. Please include a CV with your
application form (this is not obligatory). The deadline for
applications is Sunday 16th March 2008. We are looking forward to
hearing from you.
International Curator' Research Visit Tour Assistant
15 influential international curators will be visiting Scotland and
the Gi as part of a research visit organised by Gi and the Scottish
Arts Council. The role will include;
Helping prepare for the visit, including making up information packs,
confirming bookings, and studio visits; assisting with the delivery of
the visit including helping to co-ordinate studio visits, gallery
visits, receptions and other arrangements; helping with the tour
within Glasgow and around Scotland.This exciting opportunity would
suit someone with an interest in international museums and exhibiting
projects and/or arts organisation. This is a great opportunity to find
out more about the roles of curators and is an excellent learning and
shadowing opportunity. You should be friendly and enthusiastic and
most importantly have excellent local knowledge of Glasgow city centre
and Glasgow's galleries including its artist-run projects and studios.
The dates you need to be available are Fri 4th then Mon 7th until Tues
15th April. The role includes daytime and some evening work. Meals and
refreshments will be included on the days of the tour.
You would be involved in assisting the Sponsorship Manager before and
during the Festival. Duties would include helping to undertake
visitors surveys; distributing maps, brochures and other information
to partner bars, restaurants and hotels; delivering welcome packs to
venues; collating feedback information from sponsors; helping in the
office. You should be positive, energetic and willing to get involved
in a very busy, high-pressured environment. You would need to be
available between 7th - 27th April, daytime including weekdays and
weekends, and some evenings. Shifts would be a minimum of 4 hours.
You would be involved in assisting the Marketing Manager with running
duties in the initial set up and at the end of the Festival. This
could mean distributing maps, brochures and other information to
Festival venues, or helping to take down signage and collecting
brochures after the Festival finishes. You should be positive,
energetic and willing to get involved in a very busy, high-pressured
environment. You should be available during the day between 7th until
11th April; 4 half days between 11th - 27th April; and then from
28th until 30th April.
Reception and Hospitality Volunteers
This opportunity involves helping to set up and look after the Gi
welcome desk at the CCA. This is an important role as you will be the
welcome face of Gi, so you should be friendly, approachable and
willing to be proactive in speaking to the public about the Gi and
about Glasgow. You will need to have excellent local knowledge. You
may also be asked to be involved in other duties, such as running
You should be available for a minimum of 6 shifts between 10th until
27th April. Shifts will be a minimum of 4 hours per shift and run
between 10am - 8pm including weekends.
Photographers and Viral Video Volunteers
We are looking for photographers and video artists to be involved in
documenting the Gi. You would be attending various events, gigs and
talks during the Festival in order to take photos and video footage.
You would be responsible for ensuring that these are uploaded onto
bebo (www.bebo.com/gifestival), youtube and myspace
(http://www.myspace.com/gifestival). Please include information on
your application form regarding your experience in this field. If
invited along to an interview, please bring along evidence or a
portfolio of previous work. Shifts will be mainly evening and
weekends, although there may be some daytime volunteering, depending
on the event.
Press/ PR Volunteer
You would be volunteering alongside the Festival press team at the
CCA. You would be involved in running duties; creating and
maintaining a welcoming space in the press room; updating the Gi
facebook and bebo sites; making up information packs; logging and
filing press cuttings and photos; office duties such as making phone
calls, filing, photocopying, inputting data. We are looking for
someone who is positive, energetic and willing to get involved in a
very busy, high-pressured environment. You need to have an extremely
high level of accuracy in your written work and be able work on your
own initiative. The Gi Press Team would be willing to deliver an
information session to the successful volunteers on print press and
new media after the Festival. You should be available between 1st -
27th April, from 1pm - 7pm, including weekends, to be alternated
between both volunteers.
Artist Assistant Volunteer
You would be involved in assisting with get-ins, helping to prepare
exhibition spaces, running duties and then assisting to dismantle
exhibitions. You should be enthusiastic, energetic, approachable and
flexible in your approach. You should be studying and arts-related
degree or have experience in the field. You should be available as
much as possible from 4th - 11th April and then 28th - 30th April from
9am - 9pm. Shifts will be a minimum of 4 hours.
Artist Liaison Volunteer
We are looking for volunteers to assist with delivering artist packs
to venues, making up ID laminates and other office duties, collating
useful local information and other related tasks. You need to have
good local knowledge and to be friendly, approachable and
You will also be asked to cover some shifts on the welcome desk at the
CCA where necessary. You should be available as much as possible from
7th - 27th April, daytime including weekdays and weekends, and some
evenings. Shifts would be a minimum of 4 hours.
Team Gi office Volunteer/ Volunteer Team Leader
We are looking for a volunteer to be a team leader to the volunteer
team and to assist in the Gi office. This will involve looking after
the volunteer/ staff room, ensuring that the provisions are
stocked-up; helping out with basic office duties; coordinating
resources and welfare of the volunteers; assisting with volunteer
scheduling and organising cover; general support for the volunteer
team You should be good natured, friendly and approachable, willing to
work in a busy high-pressured environment and to work on your own
initiative. You should be available from 1st - 30th April, during the
day from 9am until 6pm, including weekdays, weekends and some
evenings. Shifts would be a minimum of 4 hours.
You will be invigilating at the Gi exhibitions and may also be
involved in helping to host some of the tours that the Festival is
offering round the various venues. This is an important role as you
will be the welcome face of Gi at the Festival venue, so you should be
friendly, approachable and willing to be proactive in speaking to the
public about the Gi and about Glasgow. You will need to have good
You should be available for a minimum of 6 shifts between 11th until
27th April, during the day from 10am until 6pm, including weekdays and
weekends. Shifts would be a minimum of 4 hours.
Monday, 18 February 2008
Location: Edinburgh College of Art, Main Lecture Theatre
Date: 7th March 2008
Time: 14.30 – 17.30
We're delighted to welcome director Nick Broomfield to eca for an eagerly awaited documentary masterclass.
Famous for his idiosyncratic approach to observational cinema, Nick will be discussing and showing clips from a range of his films from his latest fiction feature Battle for Haditha to his documentary Fetishes.
While making Driving me Crazy in 1988 Nick decided to put himself and Producer in the film to try to make sense of the event. This experiment led to a greater sense of freedom from the confines of observational cinema and led to a more investigative and experimental type of filmmaking. For example: The Leader, his Driver and his Driver's Wife, Aileen Wuornos, Kurt and Courtney, Biggie and Tupac.
Entry free but please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Battle for Haditha Screening
Director: Nick Broomfield
Location: Filmhouse Cinema, Lothian Road.
Date: 7th March 2008
Nick Broomfield's third fictional feature is a forensic cinema verité-style account of a real-life massacre in Iraq, when US marines gunned down 24 Iraqi civilians in cold blood. A re-enactment of the Haditha massacre told from multiple perspectives. Shot in the naturalistic style of his last film ghosts, the film brings the audience close to life on the ground in this troubled country.
Following the screening Nick will be present take part in a Q&A.
New York Filmmaker Doug Block visits Edinburgh
Location: Filmhouse Cinema, Lothian Road
Date: 15th March 2008
New York based Director/Producer Doug Block will screen his celebrated documentary 51 Birch Street with an extended 1 hour Q&A.
Both unexpectedly funny and heartbreaking, 51 Birch Street is the first-person account of Block's unpredictable journey through a whirlwind of dramatic life-changing events: the death of his mother, the uncovering of decades of family secrets, and the ensuing reconciliation with his father. What begins as his own intimate, autobiographical story, soon evolves into a broader meditation on the universal themes of love, marriage, fidelity and the mystery of family.
The theme of Bridging the Gap this year is Home and Doug Block will give a private workshop to our finalists of the Bridging the Gap competition the following day…..
Other Documentary screenings and events in Scotland:
REEL LIFE - Documentary Films at the Glasgow Film Festival 2008
Tickets available NOW online at www.glasgowfilmfestival.org.uk
The 11th Hour
Thursday 14 February [3.45] & [8.15] GFT
Directors Nadia Conners, Leila Conners Petersen
Featuring Stephen Hawking, Mikhail Gorbachev
USA 2007, 1h35m, PG
Leonardo DiCaprio uses his celebrity status to promote interest in this thought-provoking documentary on the way the greed of the human species is contributing to the destruction of the planet. DiCaprio is the co-producer and narrator of a film that gathers devastating images and eloquent testimony to underline the widespread devastation caused by global warming. It also suggests some ingenious ways in which the process could be halted and reversed even at the eleventh hour.
An Unlikely Weapon
Monday 18 [3.30] GFT & Tuesday 19 February [6.15] CCA
Director Susan Morgan Cooper
Featuring Eddie Adams, Gordon Parks, Clint Eastwood
Narrator Kiefer Sutherland
USA 2008, 1h36m, 15
Photojournalist Eddie Adams captured moments from thirteen wars, six Presidencies and countless lives of the rich and famous. His most famous moment came during the Vietnam War when he photographed General Nguyen Ngoc Loan executing a Viet Cong prisoner. It was a shocking image that changed public opinion. Susan Morgan Cooper's fascinating documentary is based around lengthy interviews with the late Adams as he reflects on his career and the burden of responsibility that came with his profession.
Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe
Wednesday 20 [8.30] & Thursday 21 February [6.15] CCA
Director James Crump
USA 2007, 1h15m, 15
Black White + Gray: A Portrait.. CCA 20-Feb-08 To 21-Feb-08
Sam Wagstaff was an influential art curator and fanatical collector of photographic art who met the controversial Robert Mapplethorpe in 1972. The two men became lovers, forging an intense bond that lasted the rest of their lives. James Crump's acclaimed documentary offers a striking portrait of Wagstaff and his legacy but also sees the broader picture of an existence that reflects life in the New York art world and as a gay man from the 1950s to the 1980s. Patti Smith was a friend of both men and is a key contributor to the film.
Wednesday 20 February [3.30] GFT & Thursday 21 February [8.20]
Director Aaron Woolf
Featuring Earl L Butz, Ian Cheney, Curt Ellis
USA 2007, 1h28m, PG
Following in the footsteps of human guinea pig Morgan (Super Size Me) Spurlock, King Corn is a damning indictment of modern farming practices and the food we eat. It is also funny, informative, jaw-dropping and completely engaging. Three college buddies decide to plant one acre of corn in a farmer's property in smalltown Iowa. Their aim is to follow the crop to harvest and beyond. The reality is a crash course in what ails America from genetic modification to government subsidies. You'll never see corn in the same way again.
Thursday 21 February [6.30] Grosvenor
Director Dan Klores
Featuring Linda Riss, Burt Pugach, Jimmy Breslin
USA 2006, 1h32m, 12A
Love is the strangest thing as this jaw-dropping documentary so readily proves. In 1950s New York, married, thirty-something attorney Burt fell desperately in love with Linda, a 20 year-old model with movie star glamour. When Linda got engaged to somebody else, Burt hired some thugs to throw lye in her face that caused the permanent loss of her vision. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison but on his release Linda was still the only girl for him and they have been together ever since. Fact is stranger than fiction in this mesmerising true tale.
A Walk Into The Sea: Danny Williams And The Warhol Factory
Thursday 21 [8.30] & Friday 22 February [6.15] CCA
Director Esther Robinson
Featuring Brigid Berlin, Paul Morrissey, Gerard Malanga
USA 2007, 1h18m, 12A
Danny Williams was a promising young filmmaker of the 1960s who worked as an editor for the Maysles brothers, designed lighting for the Velvet Underground and became a regular at Warhol's Factory. He was also Warhol's lover. In 1966, he left a family dinner and was never seen again. Thirty years later his niece Esther Robinson began to piece together the story of his life and rekindle interest in a career that had become a footnote in history. This fascinating documentary is a testimony to his life and loss.
Body of War.
Friday 22 [3.30] & Sunday 24 February [2.45] GFT
Directors Ellen Spiro, Phil Donahue
Featuring Tomas Young, Cathy Smith, Senator Robert Byrd
USA 2007, 1h27m, 12A
The human cost of the invasion of Iraq is brought vividly to life in this powerful, heartrending documentary. Swept along by a wave of patriotism in the wake of 9/11, Tomas Young enlisted in the Army and was sent to Iraq where he was shot and paralysed. Back home the film follows his growing commitment as an activist and the complex emotional and physical challenges he faces, contrasting that with all the empty rhetoric behind the 2002 Senate vote on giving the President the power to wage war.
Friday 22 [9.00] GFT & Sunday 24 February [6.30] Grosvenor
Director Grant Gee
Featuring Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
UK/USA 2007, 1h33m, 15
If the award-winning Control left you hungry to know more about the real Ian Curtis and the iconic Manchester band then definitive documentary Joy Division has all the answers. Grant Gee has interviewed all the key individuals who knew Curtis from surviving band members like Bernard Sumner to the late Tony Wilson and Curtis's Belgian lover Annik Honore. The result is a fascinating profile of the band, the music scene that flourished in Manchester and the mercurial life of the haunting, tragic Ian Curtis.
A Life in the Death of Joe Meek
Sunday 24 February [6.30] GFT
Directors Susan Stahman, Howard S. Berger
Featuring Alex Kapronos, Marc Evans, Edwyn Collins, Humphrey Lyttelton
USA 2007, 2h8m, 12A
Joe Meek was a pop composer and Britain's premier independent record producer of the late fifties and early sixties. Meek was renowned for his pioneering recording techniques and for the futuristic sound of the records he produced, but notorious for his eccentric personality. Joe's biggest struggle was with himself and coping with being gay at a time when it was illegal. This fascinating documentary explores how Joe Meek managed to leave his indelible stamp, not just on the recording industry, but on modern pop culture as well.
John Cavanagh will introduce this screening. John is a broadcaster, musician and collector of vintage analogue equipment. He contributed to the making of the film.
Escape from Luanda Showing Wed 27 Feb to Thu 28 Feb
Location: Filmhouse Cinema
Director: Phil Grabsky
Country of origin: Britain/Angola 2007
Duration: 72 minutes
In Luanda, one of the world's poorest and most dangerous places, three students from Angola's only music school work towards their end-of-year concert.
The Music School houses some 80 students, most of them desperately poor. Many face disapproval and outright rejection from their families, who can't see a future in music. This film asks if, despite the ravages of 27 years of civil war, musical passion can overcome terrible hardships.
Award-winning filmmaker Phil Grabsky (The Boy who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan, also screening at 17.45 on the same day) will be here after the 20.30pm screening on Wednesday 27 February for a Q&A.
eca / Scottish Documentary Institute
74 Lauriston Place | Edinburgh | EH3 9DF
+44 131 221 6116 | +44 7900 8100 87
Edinburgh College of Art is delighted to be hosting Anna Barriball and
Mark Wallinger at our Randolph Cliff residency until the end of term.
Mark won last year's Turner prize for his work on Brian Haw, the peace
campaigner. Anna studied at Chelsea and has had recent shows at Frith
Street and at the Ingleby gallery in Edinburgh. Both are great fun and
Tomorrow, Anna Barriball is giving a talk at the National Gallery's
Hawthorden Theatre which is at The Mound, and easy to get to from ECA.
The talk begins at 6pm. Do come! It's free.
Mark's talk will be in a couple of weeks.
Hope to see you at the NGS tomorrow, best wishes, Clementine
Attached: NGS announcement.
Wednesday, 6 February 2008
Hope you can make it.
13 February 6-9pm
34 Bread Street
Monday, 4 February 2008
Main Lecture Theatre
Tuesday 5th February
Michelle Kasprzak is the Programme Director of New Media Scotland. She is
also a curator, writer, and artist. Michelle has exhibited her work across
North America and Europe, and she has been featured in numerous
publications and on radio and television broadcasts syndicated worldwide.
Her recent curatorial projects have been produced for public spaces in
Montréal and Melbourne.
Michelle Kasprzak will be speaking about her experiences making the transition
from college to employment, developing mentorships and
networking, 'thinking global' about professional development, and
maintaining a balance between gainful employment and an ongoing engagement
with creative practice. She will also discuss the programmes and services
of her current employer, New Media Scotland, and how the organisation can
Sunday, 3 February 2008
Craig Mulholland: 'Grandes et Petites Machines' *Private View* 5-7pm Friday 8 February - Mackintosh Gallery, GSA[Scanned-Clean]
You are invited to attend the Private View of
Grandes et Petites machines
5 - 7pm Friday 8 February in the Mackintosh Gallery
The exhibition runs until 22 March 2008
Private View 7 – 9pm, Friday 8th February 2008
Glasgow Film Festival
20 February 2008, 6:30pm
Artist’s talk and cinema screening of ‘Peer to Peer’
Free but ticketed.
Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm Sat 10am - 2pm.
The Glasgow School of Art
167 Renfrew Street Glasgow G3 6RQ
T | 0141 353 4500
Friday, 1 February 2008
Preview: 6 - 8pm, Friday 4 April 2008
Triennial dates: 5 April to 1 June 2008
Castlefield Gallery, 2 Hewitt Street, Manchester. M15 4GB.
T: 0161 832 8034 E: email@example.com W: www.castlefieldgallery.co.uk
FREE. Opening times: Wednesday to Sunday 1 – 6pm. The gallery is fully accessible.
To what extent does location, nationality and geography play a role in the production, direction and dissemination of contemporary art? For ATM08, Castlefield Gallery has invited two artist groups from the islands of Taiwan and Singapore to present new site-specific work in the island of Great Britain. Channel A (Hongjohn Lin and Ella Raidel) from Taiwan and p-10 (represented by Woon Tien Wei, Jennifer Teo working with collaborators Jeremy Chu and Kai Lam) from Singapore have both developed work which engages with the cultural, political and social climates they operate through different avenues of enquiry.
Please see the attached press release for more information.
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