Tramway Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2013

AMIF
Tramway’s second edition of the Artists Moving Image Festival (AMIF) examines the ecology of art work. Presenting a diverse range of film, video and performance, AMIF utilises individual programmers to frame their personal approaches to influence, idiom and production.
 
This edition is presented exclusively by artists and writers who work, exhibit, teach, live or have lived in Glasgow: Giles Bailey, Andrea Büttner, Kathryn Elkin, Sarah Forrest, Maria Fusco, Duncan Marquiss, Shelly Nadashi and Stina Wirfelt.
 
SATURDAY - recommended age 18+
2-3pm
Screening programme by Sarah Forrest, featuring work by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Mark Aerial Waller, Kathy Acker and Atalia Shaw

3.15-4.15pm
Screening programme by Duncan Marquiss, featuring work by Thomas Bayrle and Daniel Kohl, Robert Smithson and Nancy Holt, Deimantas Narkevicius, Loren Carpenter, This Spartan Life, Laurie Spiegel

5-6pm
Screening programme by Maria Fusco, featuring two films by Robin Wylie

6.15-7.15pm
Isla Leaver-Yap presents Ellen Cantor

8.30-9.30pm
A performance by Shelly Nadashi


SUNDAY - recommended age 16+
2-3.30pm
A public discussion hosted by the Lux Critical Forum

3.45-4.45pm
Screening programme by Stina Wirfelt, featuring work by Filipa César, Thom Andersen, Deborah Stratman, John Smith

5.15-6pm
Screening programme by Andrea Büttner, featuring work by Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Jonas Mekas, Christian Bau and Niels Gutschow

6.15-7.15pm
Kathryn Elkin presents Stuart Sherman

8.15-9pm
Performance by Giles Bailey

Please note: festival passes are only available by calling the Tramway Box Office on
0845 330 3501