Film and Video Umbrella commissions, curates and produces artists' moving-image works and presents them in collaboration with galleries and other cultural partners.
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’ at Taipei Biennial 2014
Shezad Dawood’s 'Towards the Possible Film' has been selected to be screened as part of the Taipei Biennial 2014.
‘Stay Where You Are’ Online Project
A year-long project in which artist-composer Jem Finer, poet Lavinia Greenlaw, essayist Jay Griffiths and filmmaker Ben Rivers reflect on the appeal of the local.
As a renewed National Portfolio Organisation following the ACE funding news this month, Film…
10 May - 29 June 2014
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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 2014
‘The Flickering Darkness (Revisited)’
Juan delGado's The Flickering Darkness (Revisited) is a video installation filmed at the Corabastos market in Bogotá in 2009, which has been re-edited for an exhibition at Southbank Centre. 2-7 Septmeber.
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
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, Newcastle, 15 Aug - 16 Nov
IWM Contemporary: Mark Neville
The Imperial War Museum is set to re-open on 19 July with new galleries and exhibitions. The programme will include Mark Neville's latest body of work, which was created in response to the war in Afghanistan. 19 July - 25 September.
‘Bridge’ Museum of London
Drawing on the museum’s significant collections ‘Bridge’ explores the global impact of Britain’s trade and colonization. The show includes a pigment print taken from Layla Curtis' collage ‘The Thames’ as well as work from Suki Chan and Carey Young. Ends 2 November.