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New on FVU Watch: You Know Nothing of My Work (2020) by Guy Oliver.

Taking its title from one of Woody Allen’s most famous films, You Know Nothing of My Work proceeds from the premise that we now know more than enough about the crimes and misdemeanours of some of the world’s most prominent cultural icons that any lingering affection anyone might still have for their art will likely be deeply problematic, to say the least. Click here to watch.

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Now on FVU Watch: Aphonia (2024) by Sophie Hoyle

We’re delighted to launch FVU’s latest online commission by artist Sophie Hoyle, Aphonia (2024), on FVU Watch. The short film explores concepts of agency and presence in relation to aural/oral communication, addressing a need to widen understanding of diverse experiences and (dis)abilities — and how we can create spaces for a diversity of voices to be heard and felt.

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Film and Video Umbrella makes moving-image works by artists. For three decades FVU has led the way in championing new creative talent and promoting innovative ideas. During that time we have commissioned many of the foremost figures in the field, working in close collaboration with a diverse range of venues, nationally and internationally. Browse our project page to find out more and view clips of the works.  

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Various Artists: Waterlog: Journeys Around an Exhibition

Produced alongside the group exhibition ‘Waterlog’, this publication provides an overview of this multifaceted project, which featured specially-commissioned works by Alexander and Susan Maris, Simon Pope, Marcus Coates, Tacita Dean, Guy Moreton and Alec Finlay.

Carey Young: Carey Young, Incorporated

The first publication devoted to the work of Carey Young, an artist whose work provocatively and playfully questions familiar notions of art as a mode of resistance and critique in a world of dissolving boundaries, in which the borders between politics, culture and business seem to have disappeared.

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