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Newsletter August 2015

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. CIRCUIT Symposium & Registration Info
  2. Latest Commentary
 
 
CIRCUIT Symposium & Registration Info
 

Guests have begun arriving in Auckland for the CIRCUIT symposium A Genealogy of Moving Image Practice. Presented in association with Elam School of Fine Arts, the event takes place at Elam on Saturday 15 August. Local speakers and panellists include Emma Bugden, Tina Barton, Shannon Te Ao, Joyce Campbell, Sean Kerr, Gavin Hipkins, Nova Paul, Lawrence McDonald, Sonya Lacey, Sandy Callister, Melanie Oliver, Mark Harvey and Mark Williams. An extra warm welcome to our international speakers Australian experimental film-maker Dirk de Bruyn, and Film Programmer and author Kathy Geritz from the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive in San Francisco.

This years symposium is the culmination of a week of CIRCUIT exhibition openings, screenings and events at venues across Auckland which have shaped the key questions in this years event; what lineages and histories can we call upon to ground and contextualize moving image work in 2015? Which historical technologies resonate in contemporary practice and why? Why do certain historical projects get reclaimed and on what basis? Why do others get lost? What other kinds of disciplines ground contemporary moving image practice?

Registration is $50 and includes a light lunch and free entry to Six Artists respond to the poetry of Joanna Margaret Paul. Register online today; https://a-genealogy-of-moving-image-practice.lilregie.com For more details see the CIRCUIT symposium website, or write to Mark Williams <director@circuit.org.nz> Places are limited; book today to avoid disappointment!

Thanks to the Len Lye Centre/Govett Brewster Art Gallery, The Audio Foundation, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, AUT and Artspace.

 
 
Latest Commentary
 
 

CIRCUIT CAST Episode 28: Shannon Te Ao (symposium preview #1)

Ahead of his presentation at the upcoming CIRCUIT symposium, Shannon Te Ao talks to Mark Amery about Joanna Paul, poetry and the politics of domestic space. Read More »

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CIRCUIT CAST Episode 29: Dirk De Bruyn (symposium preview #2)

“Someone puts (up) a British flag and says ‘there’s nothing here’”. Our latest podcast features Dirk de Bruyn, an Australian experimental film-maker and guest presenter at the upcoming CIRCUIT symposium A Genealogy of Moving Image Practice. Read More »

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CIRCUIT Cast Episode 30: Nova Paul (symposium preview #3)

How does a film-maker respond to a poem? Nova Paul talks to Mark Amery about the making of her film Still Light and film maker Joanna Paul's 'radical simplicity'. Read More »

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