CIRCUIT Artist Film & Video Aotearoa NZ  

Newsletter November 2015

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. Opportunities
  2. New Works Online
  3. CIRCUIT Activity
  4. Latest Commentary
 
 
Opportunities
 

Massey University’s Uruguayan artist-in-residence Martín Sastre is calling for 5 artists to collaborate on a project for video art festival LOOP, Barcelona. The callout asks for artists to submit “a high-definition video piece made by you, which integrates and recontexualises a famous video work into an everyday setting. Each video remake should be around 5 seconds long, and be viewed from a 3rd person perspective." Deadline December 7. Contact lredican@massey.ac.nz for more info.

Mason’s Screen is a new outdoor 24 hour public screen for artists video. Supported by Wellington City Council and programmed by CIRCUIT, Mason’s Screen is located off the Terrace and will present a new artist work each month. The screen will be launched in early December with Denise Batchelor’s Stranded, which continues the artists' interest in moments of connection with the natural world. A call for new works will be launched soon.

 
 
New Works Online
 
WEAPONS

WEAPONS CONFERENCE - Mike Heynes

30 sec / Sound

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Task

Task - Joanna Margaret Paul

3 min 11 sec / Silent

A woman irons a piece of child's clothing, revealing the dexterity and attention gained from repetition of the activity.  Watch »

More Works on Circuit »
 
 
CIRCUIT Activity
 

Fresh from our recent presentation at the London Film Festival, Six artists respond to the poetry of Joanna Margaret Paul screens in Wellington this Thursday 26 November, 6.30pm at the Light House Cuba. Commissioned by CIRCUIT, this screening is presented in association with the Adam Art Gallery and features works by Nova Paul, Rachel Shearer, Sonya Lacey, Miranda Parkes, Shannon Te Ao and the collective Popular Productions. $10 adults, $8 concessions. To book email: stephen.cleland@vuw.ac.nz. Door sales if available. 

Thanks to Old Hall Gigs for a very memorable screening of Through a Different Lens/Film Work by Joanna Margaret Paul on Saturday evening at Wellington’s Irish Society Hall. Great to be part of this refreshing curatorial project which reveals hidden parts of the city and breaks through all the traditional audience silos. Top marks for the vast and verdant Leprechaun mural in the upstairs bar also!

Speaking of Public Art activities, a shout out to our podcast host Mark Amery and the team behind TEZA, whose week long festival of free activities and discussion is happening now in Porirua and features work by Kerry Ann Lee. Check it out!

 
 
Latest Commentary
 
 

Through a Different Lens/Film Work by Joanna Margaret Paul

They just start coming, images, one after the other, a film, with an inner rhythm. Read More »

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CIRCUIT CAST Episode 35: Writing Women's Experimental Film Histories

Introduction 0 – 4.35 Lucy Reynolds. Quote from Lis Rhodes’ 1979 essay Whose History?  Read More »

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CIRCUIT CAST Episode 34: Blue Oyster Gallery

What is an artist-run space today? Mark Amery talks to Chloe Geoghegan, Director of Dunedin's Blue Oyster art project space about the evolution of the gallery, her previous role at Dog Park in Christchurch and Dunedin's new City Council-led arts precinct.  Read More »

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