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Newsletter September 2015

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. CIRCUIT at London Film Festival
  2. New Works Online
  3. CIRCUIT symposium wrap-up
  4. Latest Commentary
 
 
CIRCUIT at London Film Festival
 

On 18 October CIRCUIT will be at the London Film Festival to present Joanna Margaret Paul - I am an open window, which combines six films shot by Joanna Paul in the 1970’s with six recent commissions by Nova Paul, Rachel Shearer, Sonya Lacey, Miranda Parkes, Shannon Te Ao and the collective Popular Productions. Recently seen in Auckland as part of the CIRCUIT festival, each of the contemporary works was commissioned by CIRCUIT with the support of Creative New Zealand.

The screening will be prefaced by a conversation at the British Film Institute on Friday 16 October entitled Writing Women's Experimental Film Histories, where CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams will take part in a panel with Charlotte Procter (Collections Manager, LUX/ Committee member of Cinenova), Maud Jacquin (independent scholar and writer) and Lucy Reynolds (artist, writer and Course Leader of MRes Art: Moving Image, Central Saint Martins).

 
 
New Works Online
 
The

The grey in Grey Lynn - Julian Dashper

46 min 31 sec / Sound

A presentation to video camera by Julian Dashper with occasional interview questions by Jim Barr, whose voice is heard off-camera. Watch »

Colour-aural-schism

Colour-aural-schism - Ivan Mrsic

9 min 2 sec / Sound

"Colour-aural-schism emerges from eight interacting colour fields. The interaction produces a new field of trans-subjectivity. Like a Trans-Subject Watch »

Performance

Performance Piece for Super 8 Film, Historic Greek Ruins, Clothes, and Washing Line a.k.a. "David Attenborough and The History of Dirty Laundry / The Dirty History of Laundry / The Dirty Laundry and History" - Sam Hamilton

3 min 4 sec / Silent

 Watch »

More Works on Circuit »
 
 
CIRCUIT symposium wrap-up
 

Thanks to everyone who took part in the recent CIRCUIT festival/symposium A Geneaology of Moving Image Practice. It was a big and wonderful week! Special thanks to all of the participating artists and presenters, our symposium co-presenter Elam School of Fine Arts, partner venues for the festival, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, The Audio Foundation and generous sponsors the Len Lye Foundation/Govett Brewster Art Gallery. Thanks also to our friends at Artspace for the loan of equipment.

If anyone who attended would like to leave feedback about their experience of the symposium/festival, we have a short online survey here which is open until 28 Sept. Please do consider filling out this survey so we can make things better for you in 2016. If you’ve forgotten just what happened(!) we re-capped it in pictures in our blog section.

 
 
Latest Commentary
 
 

CIRCUIT CAST Episode 32: Demented Architecture

Art vs Architecture? Ego vs Id? In this pod we review Demented Architecture at City Gallery Wellington and discuss whether the show sets out to present the two disciplines as the best of enemies. Host Mark Amery is joined by regular guests Martin Patrick and Thomasin Sleigh.  Read More »

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The Specious Present, Adam Art Gallery 11 July–20 September 2015

I stream TIMEX, a sound work by Hummel, on my iPhone, listening closely to it in the cocoon of my headphones. It is twelve minutes long, the length of my train ride to work. I sit on the train. I listen to it on my commute, Poneke harbour skimming past outside the window. Long and short. I listen to Read More »

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A Geneaology of Moving Image Practice: CIRCUIT 2015 festival & symposium in pictures

Four exhibitions, a workshop, a screening and a symposium with guests from New Zealand, Australia and the United States; 9-15 August was a busy time for CIRCUIT. Now the dust has settled, a quick recap of the weeks events comprising A Genealogy of Moving Image Practice. Read More »

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