/news/FOR SALE and May and June Events and News
To coincide with the closing of The Woodmill part 1, Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann are selling some of the work we have produced there.
We are selling the speaker seating from The Anti Design Festival work The Cut Up and we are selling the boulder speakers from Dance Arena (DON FM) which was shown as part of Be Glad For The Song Has No End at Wysing Art Centre. The boulders are working speakers and are sold individually in an edition of 8, they are made from plaster, clay and jesmonite and are 50GBP each. The speaker seating are made of ply and each are a unique part of an edition of 4. They are 100GBP each. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Woodmill Studio Artists Group Show
09.04 to 01.05.2011
A celebration of the Woodmills studio artists and the final chapter of the Woodmill at its Neckinger Depot location.
Participating in Vol.1
CL&M will be participating in Vol. 1 Mapping of the Self as part of the Vol.1 programme curated by Claire Craig, Neil Jefferies, Carly McGoldrick, Jess OíFarrell, Robert Spragg and Nicola Celia Wright with the support of Lewisham Arthouse.
Dates: 19-21 May 2011
Thursday 19 May - Vol.1 The Poor Image
Friday 20 May - Vol.1 Speculative Documentaries
Saturday 21 May - Vol.1 Mapping of the Self
All screenings from 6pm onwards, FREE EVENT
Vol. 1 is a short film programme which will be presented at Lewisham Arthouse from 19 to 21 May 2011. Screenings of innovative films and moving image works by internationally acclaimed artists will be shown alongside emerging filmmakers, bringing their works together within a range of lively, critical discourses. Each evening will interrogate a perceived idea or investigation which is current to contemporary film practices.
The Poor Image - Taking its title from Hito Steyer’sl essay In Defence of the Poor Image. This screening will investigate Steyerl’s ‘copy in motion’. With the abundance and influx of copied, recycled and overused images, the poor image is a reflection of the virally distributed jpeg. Pixelated, pirated and problematic, the poor image collapses distances in its instant circulation. As easily found in the gallery, on a laptop or bootleg, ripped-off DVD, the works presented are both symptomatic and exploratory of this state of play.
Speculative Documentary - With an increasing look to the past for historical imagings of utopian futurity Speculative Documentary will interrogate the breakdown of narratives and their potentialities to emphasise traditions of storytelling. Though borrowing from the tropes of documentary filmmaking, works do not offer exhaustive illustrations or authority but anecdotal renderings. Playful and divergent narratives are injected to distort meanings.
Mapping of the Self - Moving beyond representational spatiality Mapping of the Self interrogates the social, physical and economical spaces which we inhabit. The works presented focus on strategies for exploring and occupying their given landscapes through filmic conventions. Drawing and measuring the constructs which define spaces and environments the works bring attention to our movements and interactions within them.
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Edel Assanti/ Iraq Trilogy
CL&M are curently working on the 3rd installment of their Iraq Trilogy. The new film Red/Green will be shown alongside Museum (2009) and Zigurrat (2010) as part of an installation at the project space at Edel Assanti in the middle of June.