Film and Video Umbrella commissions, curates and produces artists' moving-image works and presents them in collaboration with galleries and other cultural partners.
Shezad Dawood ‘Towards the Possible Film’ at Taipei Biennial 2014
Shezad Dawood’s 'Towards the Possible Film' has been selected to be screened as part of the Taipei Biennial 2014.
‘Stay Where You Are’ Online Project
A year-long project in which artist-composer Jem Finer, poet Lavinia Greenlaw, essayist Jay Griffiths and filmmaker Ben Rivers reflect on the appeal of the local.
FVU's anniversary programme of screenings and special events in which stand-out pieces from the organisation’s past are re-staged and re-evaluated for the present.
10 May - 29 June 2014
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Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards: ‘What Will They See of Me?’ catalogue
Lucy Clout, Kate Cooper, Anne Haaning, Marianna Simnett
It Could Happen to You
A K Dolven
Steven Bode Ele Carpenter Michael Glasmeier
Screening & Conversation with Ruth Maclennan
A screening of artist Ruth Maclennan's two recent films shot in Crimea and in Odessa, followed by a conversation with Maclennan and writer Zinovy Zinik about the real versus symbolic Crimeas. 14 July 7pm at Pushkin House
‘Sites of Collective Memory’ CGP London
Animate Projects' 'Sites of Collective Memory' features four new animated works, including '216 Westbound' by artist Shona Illingworth, that reflect on individual and shared remembrance of historic events. 9 Jul-10 Aug
These Immovable Walls: Performing Power at Dublin Castle
This exhibition of live performance presents the work of Carey Young, Kateřina Šedá, Sandra Johnston, Maurice O’Connell, Philip Napier, Pauline Cummins and Dominic Thorpe. 11–12 July
‘Bridge’ Museum of London
Drawing on the museum’s significant collections ‘Bridge’ explores the global impact of Britain’s trade and colonization. The show includes a pigment print taken from Layla Curtis' collage ‘The Thames’ as well as work from Suki Chan and Carey Young. Ends 2 November.
Edward Thomasson ‘The Present Tense’
Chisenhale Gallery presents the first major solo show by Edward Thomasson. The exhibition will see the premiere of his video 'The Present Tense', which explores how proximity and distance alter our understanding of one another. 3 July - 24 August
Ed Atkins at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, 11 June - 25 August
Ed Atkins has his latest solo show at the Serpetine Gallery this summer. The exhibition will showcase new work 'Ribbons' in a site-specific adaptation, described as 'part musical, part horror, and part melodrama'.