What do galleries do to the moving image? In what contexts should history locate the moving image in art? What is the status of cinema in the light of gallery film/video?
Video recordings of Day 2 sessions: 3, 4 and 5 of the Moving Image As Art symposium
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 9: Session 3: Laura Mulvey
Session 3: Cinemaphilia: Laura Mulvey
Presentation by filmaker and theorist Laura Mulvey.
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 10: Session 3: Mark Lewis
Session 3: Cinemaphilia: Mark Lewis
Presentation by artist Mark Lewis.
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 11: Session 3: Panel discussion
Session 3: Cinemaphilia: Panel discussion
Panel discussion around themes presented in Session 3 of the symposium. Chaired by Michael Newman (Central St Martins, London Institute), with artist Mark Lewis and filmaker and theorist Laura Mulvey.
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 12: Session 4: Lev Manovich
Session 4: Internet: Gallery of the Future? Lev Manovich
Presentation by net artist, animator and programmer Lev Manovich.
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 13: Session 4: Julian Stallabrass
Session 4: Internet: Gallery of the Future? Julian Stallabrass
Presentation by curator and critic Julian Stellabrass about net art.
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 14: Session 4: Johan Grimonprez
Session 4: Internet: Gallery of the Future? Johan Grimonprez
Presentation by artist and filmaker Johan Grimonprez.
Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 15: Session 5: Panel discussion
Session 5: Artists’ panel discussion
Panel discussion chaired by Andrew Brighton, Director of Public Programmes at Tate Modern; with artists David Hall, Kutlug Ataman, Bread Beban and Johan Grimonprez.
This major international conference brings together artists, critics, historians and curators to discuss the issues raised by the moving image in art galleries.
Speakers include: Doug Aitkin, David Curtis, Dan Graham, William Horrigan, Wulf Herzogenrath, Chrissie Isles, Mark Lewis, Lev Manovich, Laura Mulvey, Jayne Parker, and Julian Stallabrass.