TEETH is a new video installation by artist Jennifer Martin, developed through collaboration and discussion with UK-based immigrants, exploring the entanglement of love, power, and administration. In January 2017, former Home Secretary Amber Rudd wrote, ‘Illegal and would-be illegal migrants and the public…need to know that our immigration system has “teeth”’. Her letter, written to then Prime Minister Theresa May,…Read More
Visual artist and filmmaker Sam Williams is taking over Siobhan Davies Studios with his latest video installation, durational performance, films and written word. Sam Williams: Film and Performance weekend, which takes place 6 -8 September, will reflect on the choreographic potential of geographical thinking. The weekend’s events include the first presentation of Sam Willams’ new installation the…Read More
Stuart Croft Foundation announces 2018 funding awards recipients
Lucy Pawlak, Adam Roberts and Jennifer Martin.
The new Research Award encourages applications from projects that respond to the rich and as yet unexplored archive of Stuart Croft archive.Read More
‘In memoriam Stuart Croft (1970–2015)’ will be published in the Moving Image Review & Art Journal, Issue 6:1&2: ’50 Years of Artists’ Moving Image in Britain’.Read More
An illustrated, personally inflected lecture first presented in 2014 by artist filmmaker Stuart Croft (1970-2015) will be re-performed and discussed at BFI Southbank on Thursday 19th April.Read More
The screening series ‘Its origins are indeterminate’ features an array of international artists in four programmes, curated by Erik Martinson – the recipient of our Special Projects Award.Read More