The Jarman Award Weekend 2018

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Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 November, 12pm - 5.30pm

Zilkha Auditorium

Monday Closed
Tuesday 11am–6pm
Wednesday 11am–6pm
Thursday 11am–9pm
Friday 11am–6pm
Saturday 11am–6pm
Sunday 11am–6pm

Bringing together the artists shortlisted for the 2018 Film London Jarman Award – Larry Achiampong & David Blandy, Jasmina Cibic, Lawrence Lek, Daria Martin, Hardeep Pandhal and Margaret Salmon – this weekend of events explores their different practices through screenings, talks, and performances.

In association with Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network.

 

 

Saturday 17 November

12.00 Touring Programme

Daria MartinA Hunger Artist (2017) 16 min

Hardeep PandhalPool Party Pilot Episode (2018) 8 min

Margaret Salmon – Extract from Eglantine (2016) 10 min

12.45  Break
13.35  Introductions
13.45  Daria Martin – Performance and talk
14.45  Hardeep Pandhal – In conversation
15.45  Break
16.15  Margaret Salmon – Screening and in conversation

Sunday 18 November

12.00 Touring Programme

Jasmina CibicNADA: Act III – The Exhibition (2017) 17 min

Lawrence Lek –  Geomancer Chapters 1 and 2 (2018) 20 min

Larry Achiampong & David BlandyFinding Fanon Part 1 (2015) 15 min

12.55 Break
13.35 Introductions
13.45 Jasmina Cibic – In conversation
14.45 Lawrence Lek – Curated screening programme
15.45 Break
16.15 Larry Achiampong and David Blandy – Q&A and performance

About the 2018 Shortlisted Artists

Larry Achiampong & David Blandy

Through their collaborative moving image practice, Larry Achiampong (b. 1984) and David Blandy (b. 1976) examine issues of popular culture, race, class and heritage. Their main body of work, The Finding Fanon Series, looks at the politics of race and decolonisation and how this affects our relationship with contemporary culture, technology and globalisation, and is inspired by the lost plays of writer Frantz Fanon.

Jasmina Cibic

With a practice spanning film, installation and performance, Jasmina Cibic (b. 1979) considers how ideologies and cultures are constructed and then framed through mechanisms such as art, choreography, literature, and architecture. Working with actors and dancers who perform for camera, she encourages the viewer to consider the soft power apparatuses that authorities and nations employ for their political aims.

Lawrence Lek

Engaging with the fields of virtual reality and simulation, Lawrence Lek (b. 1982) creates moving image works using gaming software, 3D animation, installation and performance. His digital environments reflect the impact of the virtual world on our perception of reality, by rendering real places and architectures within fictional and often fantastical scenarios.

Hardeep Pandhal

Employing an array of media, including sculpture, performance, music and moving image, Hardeep Pandhal (b. 1985) creates provocative artworks that draw on source material such as satire and comic books. His digital animations offer a political commentary on contemporary Britain in lurid technicolour, referencing the aesthetics of social realism and psychedelia.

Daria Martin

Primarily working with 16mm film, Daria Martin (b. 1973) creates highly constructed cinematic worlds in which human gesture is contrasted with mannered artifice to challenge the viewer’s habits of perception. Diverse subjects such as robots, dreams, synaesthesia and magic are considered within peculiar and isolated spaces, creating a sense of the slippages between the internal world and the external, and different levels of consciousness.

Margaret Salmon

Working exclusively with photography and 35mm film and taking an intuitive and often improvised approach to the camera, Margaret Salmon (b.1975) portrays the everyday – our family, friends, relationships and the environments we inhabit. Referencing the aesthetic of different historical cinematic movements, her works bring warmth and lyricism to the tradition of realist film.

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