Day 1 Tramway Festival of Artists' Moving Image

Rachel Reupke
Still from: Rachel Reupke, Containing Matters of no very peaceable Colour, 2009, video
DAY 1 – Friday 14th September
 
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2 - 4pm   
Tramway studio
Tramway’s studio will play host to a series of discussions led by members of the LUX Critical Forum who will be presenting  ‘Open Critical Forum’ a space for attendees of the festival to partake in discussion alongside some of the artists, curators and writers represented in the screening programme. Booking required – maximum 20 participants.
   
4 - 4.50pm   
SHAMA KHANNA: A Blurred Boundary is still a Boundary
Tramway 1 (screening)
Neïl Beloufa, Brune Renault, 2009, video, 17 min 45 sec
Rachel Reupke, Containing Matters of no very peaceable Colour, 2009, video, 5 min 11 sec
Gil Leung, This is Living, 2011, SD video, 4 min 2 sec
Nino Pezzella, Zum Briefkasten (To the mailbox), 1989-92 (released 2002), 16mm, 17 min
Lucy Clout, Untitled, 2011, video, 4 min 51 sec
 
Originally shown as part of the LUX/ICA Biennial of Moving Images 2012

5 - 6pm   
BENJAMIN FALLON: Cycling Through
Tramway 1 (screening)
Jon Rafman, You The World and I, 2011, 6 min 10 sec
Alex Hetherington, 4-5 spoken scenes from Weekend on LSD for Darren Banks, 2012, video, 3min, 41 sec
Huw Lemmey, Clichy Bridge, 1973/5th Avenue, 1989, 9 min 24 sec
Darren Banks, Necropolis, 2012, video, 1 min
Aleksandra Domanovic, 1930, 2010, video, 11 min 28 sec
Darren Banks, Removable Media & Necropolis, 2012, video, 5min
Sean Snyder, Casio, Seiko, Sheraton, Toyota, Mars, 2005, 13 min 12 sec

6.30- 7.30pm
DEXTER SINISTER: Slow Glass and Letter & Spirit   
Tramway 1  (screening)
John Smith, Slow Glass, 1988-1991, 16 mm, 40 min
Dexter Sinister, Letter & Spirit, 2012, video, 17 min 30 sec

7.30 - 9.00pm   
Break for Private view: Dexter Sinister 'Identity'
Tramway 5 Gallery   
The festival opens alongside a new 3 channel film installation “Identity” in Tramway’s Gallery by Dexter Sinister, commissioned by and co-produced with Artists Space, New York, which runs from the 14th of September until 28th October. Free event.   
   
9 - 10pm   
TRAMWAY Screening Programme: This Place
Tramway 1         
  
Rob Kennedy & Jess Worrall, Eden, video, 4 min       
Karen Cunningham, Mystics after modernism, 2012, video, 6 min       
Stuart Gurden, The Approach in three parts, 2008, video, 4 min 27 sec       
Stuart Gurden, The Creative Ordeal, 2012, video, 4 min
David Hall,Vertical,1969, 16mm, 15 min 56 sec
Sophie Macpherson, American Dance, 2011, 16 mm, 3 min 18 sec        
Karen Cunningham - Anthropology or the Difference between Footprints and Footsteps, 2010, video, 4 min 20 sec
Steven Ball -The Ground, the Sky and the Island, 2008, video, 7 min 47 sec       
Anna Mields and Alex Gross - Arkenberge, 2010, video, 8 min 30 sec
 
End - Café bar open until 11pm