Focusing our attention on the invisible transmission of radio waves within the urban environment, MASS embodies an intangible ‘spirit’ or ‘signal’ that characterises various aspects of contemporary Black experience. World premiere on FVU Watch until 18 June 2020.
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Shot in the landscapes of Northern Japan and around the Fukushima nuclear plant, Kramer's film celebrates the power of nature to recover after a disaster
Reflecting on the artist's immediate surroundings, Things is a fragmentary diary of what caught Ben Rivers' eye when he was invited to focus within his own four walls for the group project Stay Where You Are.
FVU launches its online player with Alice May Williams' Dream City – More, Better, Sooner from 2016, a meditation on the changing face of London’s landmark Battersea Power Station.
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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Reflections from Home No.5: Sohrab Hura, Delhi, Indi
Kettle’s Yard has been asking artists to offer their reflections from home, through images, text and film. The latest artist to respond is Sohrab Hura, who shares photographs from his rooftop in Delhi, India.
Black Women as/and the Living Archive
Interdisciplinary artist Tsedaye Makonnen presents "Black Women as/and the Living Archive," a multi-part project aimed at initiating a conversation about the modes in which Black women encode, preserve, and share memory through community.
Washington Project for the Arts, until 13 June 2020
Marguerite Duras: Les mains négatives
From the end of a night till dawn, from the Bastille to the Champs-Élysées—by way of the boulevard des Italiens, avenue de l'Opéra, and rue de Rivoli—a depopulated Paris offers itself to Marguerite Duras' voice.