Marta Michalowska

Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time

  • Marta Michalowska, Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (2016) Film still. Courtesy the artist

    Marta Michalowska, Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (2016) Film still. Courtesy the artist

  • Marta Michalowska, Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (2016) Film still. Courtesy the artist

    Marta Michalowska, Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (2016) Film still. Courtesy the artist

  • Marta Michalowska, Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (2016) Film still. Courtesy the artist

    Marta Michalowska, Without (2011-16) Film still. Courtesy the artist

  • Marta Michalowska, Without (2011-16), Film Still

    Marta Michalowska, Without (2011-16) Film still. Courtesy the artist

Past Event


This event was on Thu 08 Sep 2016, 7pm 

A premiere screening of Marta Michalowska’s Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (2016) alongside her triptych Without. Followed by a Q&A with the artist.

Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time (32 min) explores two strikingly different approaches to the medium of drawing in the work of artists – Meghana Bisineer (animation) and Julian Wild (sculpture) – in a conversation about creativity and artistic ideas.

Without is a triptych that consists of three component film works Without Reflection (2011/15), Without Shadow (2011/15) and Without (2016). Michalowska explains:”The film was prompted by an image I saw on my arrival in the family home after the death of my father and before his burial. The image provoked an exploration of death and loss. It is a meditation on grief.”

Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

Schedule

7pm                Introduction

7.10pm          Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time, 2016, 32 min

7.45pm          In-conversation with Dryden Goodwin

8.15pm          Intro to triptych Without, 2011-16

8.20pm          Without, 2011-16, 32 min

About Marta Michalowska

Marta Michalowska is an artist and curator working in photography, moving image and installation. Recent projects include a film Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time, 2016, featuring sculptor Julian Wild and animator Meghana Bisineer, funded by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation. She is currently working on a book project Sketching in Ashes looking at the city of Lviv, Lvov, Lwów, Lemberg on the intersection of memory, history and geography.

In 2013, Michalowska graduated from MRes at Central Saint Martins focusing on artists’ moving image. Throughout 2009, she attended a documentary course at the prestigious Andrzej Wajda School in Warsaw. From 2003 till 2013, she was the Deputy Director of The Wapping Project, where she curated a number of exhibitions. In 2015, she became the Director of The Wapping Project and is about to launch The Wapping Project Commissions. Michalowska also works at Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network.

Born in Gdansk, Poland. Lives and works in London.

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