Film and Video Umbrella commissions, curates and produces artists' moving-image works and presents them in collaboration with galleries and other cultural partners.
Stay Where You Are: Autumn Staging
This special event marks an end to the year-long project, and reveals completed works by the artists and writers.
Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland
This exhibition presents an extensive range of works by Scottish artists over the past 25 years. Featuring Luke Fowler's The Poor Stockinger...
Shezad Dawood ‘Towards the Possible Film’
The work is currently on show at Taipei Biennial and is due to be exhibited at Leeds Art Gallery from 4 October 2014.
As a renewed National Portfolio Organisation following the ACE funding news this month, Film…
10 May - 29 June 2014
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Crafting Narrative: Storytelling through objects and making
Crafting Narrative explores how contemporary designers and makers use objects as mediums to tell stories. 10 Sept - 19 Oct at Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, London. Curator Onkar Kular will be presenting a curator tour of the exhibition on 13 September, 2pm.
Cory Arcangel at Team Gallery
Cory Arcangel has a solo show of new work entitled tl;dr at Team Gallery, New York. Arcangel has produced a body of work that explores the tension in societal attitudes towards the preservation of culture. September 7th – October 26th 2014
Kate Cooper ‘RIGGED’
As a recipient of the Schering Stiftung Art Award, Kate Cooper has produced a new work which looks at the position the female body has occupied in the history of digital image technology. KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin, 14 Sept - 11 Jan.
Marianna Simnett at Acme Project Space
Marianna Simnett's first solo exhibition presents a selection of her most recent work, through which she explores themes of sexuality, innocence, corruption and martyrdom. 5 - 21 Sept.
Icons of a Process
A solo presentation of works by Carlyle Reedy, also featuring materials, documents and fragments of a career in art, writing and performance that spans five decades. Flat Time House, 4–28 Sept.
Marine Hugonnier ‘Apicula Enigma’
Shot in the mountains of Austria, Apicula Enigma follows the journey of a bee colony. Hugonnier eschews conventions associated with nature documentaries – there is no narrative, staged content or scripted voiceover. BALTIC in Newcastle, 15 Aug - 16 Nov.