Maud Craigie, Indications of Guilt pt.1 (2020), video still. Courtesy of the artist
Antonia Luxem, Dearest Degenerate (2018), film still. Courtesy of the artist
Hazel Brill, Pup & Blubber (2019), installation view at Block 336, London. Courtesy of the artist and Block 336
Jennifer Martin, TEETH (2019), film still. Courtesy of the artist, Stuart Croft Foundation and The Elephant Trust
Max Colson, The Green and Pleasant Land (2017), video still. Courtesy of the artist and arebyte
Milo Creese, CoAb comes into being (her first two poems and current favourite song) (2019), video still. Courtesy of the artist
A presentation of new and recent moving image work by the six artists selected for The FLAMIN Fellowship, a major support scheme for early-career artist filmmakers. The programme will feature the 2019-2020 FLAMIN Fellows: Hazel Brill, Max Colson, Maud Craigie, Milo Creese, Antonia Luxem and Jennifer Martin.
Puppet theatre, interrogation training videos and cognisant smart devices are explored in this programme of moving image works, which span CG animation, found footage and analogue filmmaking techniques. Join the artists for a shared discussion and presentations about their current projects following the screening.
Presented in association with FLAMIN, Arts Council England and The Fenton Arts Trust.
Hazel Brill works across film, sound, animation, text, sculpture and installation. Her videos are staged theatrically, creating ‘shows’ that feature multiple protagonists, both human and non-human, who enact a plurality of narratives. Recent exhibitions include Block 336, London; CGP Gallery, London; Jerwood Space, London; Turf Projects, Croydon; Zabludowicz Collection, London; Artagon III, Paris; Workplace Gallery, Gateshead and Baltic 39, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Max Colson works with digital media and film. He explores the intersection between architecture and landscape and considers their relationship to hidden socio-political dynamics and discourses such as those relating to class, national identity, surveillance and urbanism. He has had solo exhibitions at the Royal Institute of British Architects and arebyte, London. Recent screenings include Sheffield Doc/Fest, Aesthetica Short Film Festival, DOK Leipzig and Hamburg International Short Film Festival.
Maud Craigie works with moving image, performance and installation. Her work combines staged and documentary techniques to explore the expansion of fictional narrative structures into everyday experience. Her work has recently been shown at The Freud Museum, London; David Dale Gallery, Glasgow; IAS, Beijing and Veinti4/Siete Galeria, Costa Rica. She is the recipient of South West Showcase 2020; The Boise Travel Scholarship, Slade School of Fine Art; The Red Mansion Art Prize and the Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, Yale University.
Milo Creese is a London-based artist working in moving image and sculpture. He draws on mythology, science and psychology in the creation of musical works of speculative fiction. Recent exhibitions and screenings include Art Night, London; Big Screen Southend, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea; Tenderflix, BFI Southbank, London and Visions, Nunnery Gallery, London.
Jennifer Martin practice broadly spans artists’ moving image, photography, and installation. Martin’s work queries the psychological and social construction of race and citizenship and their intersection with agency, nostalgia, and identification. Recent exhibitions include Primary, Nottingham; Turf Projects, Croydon; Aesthetica Art Prize, York; arebyte, London; Lychee One Gallery, London and Fundación Botín, Santander.
Antonia Luxem creates abstract and experimental videos, music videos, documentaries and paintings. Inspired by her research in neurology and philosophy in relation to the human brain and its interpreting of the external world, she seeks to transport viewers to under-explored mental spaces. Her latest work delves into homophobia and our perception of queerness. Recent exhibitions include Swiss Church, London; Turf Projects, Croydon; LIMBO, Margate; Whitstable Biennale and Guest Projects, London. She is a self-taught artist and was an Open School East Associate in 2018.
Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) supports artists working in moving image – whether film, video, digital or new technologies and for installation, cinema, gallery exhibition, the public realm or broadcast.
Film London, Arts Council England and The Fenton Arts Trust present The FLAMIN Fellowship, a major scheme for early career artist filmmakers living in England. The Fellowship aims to support the most exciting, innovative and challenging moving image practices from filmmakers at the early stages of their careers, with development support and funding for new work.
Previous FLAMIN Fellows include Onyeka Igwe, Callum Hill, Graeme Arnfield, Calum Bowden, Rosie Carr and Kristina Pulejkova.