You can view their web-work and documentation of other works at http://www.thomson-craighead.net A monograph on their work has also been published by Film & Video Umbrella, London
Here's some news on a few bits and pieces we are up to in next few weeks.
You can also find out what we're up to by subscribing to our new blog at
Thanks and best wishes,
Jon & Alison
Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT), Liverpool
12 March - 30 May, 2010 (& Touring)
We will be showing 'A Short Film about War' as an installation for the first time alongside works by Phil Collins, Renzo Martens, Milica Tomic, Knowbotic Research, Harun Farocki, Sarah Vanagt, Joseph Delappe, Oliver Laric, Dunne & Raby, Harrell Fletcher and SWAMP. We're also really excited that Animate Projects have commissioned Lisa LeFeuvre to write a contextual essay about, 'A Short Film about War', which is available on their website to read and download as a diffusion book alongside a streaming version of the work.
+ See a streaming version of, 'A Short Film about War here: http://www.animateprojects.org/films/by_date/2010/short_film_about_war
+ Read Lisa's essay here: http://www.animateprojects.org/writing/essays/l_le_feuvre
+ More information about MyWar exhibition: http://www.fact.co.uk/2010/mywar
--> Recycled Film Symposium / AV Festival
Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle Gateshead
Friday, 12th March 9:30am - 5:00pm
Straight after MyWar exhibition we will be hotfooting it from Liverpool to Newcastle to present work as part of this day long symposium alongside Rick Prelinger, Craig Baldwin, Iain Sinclair, Poppy Simpson, Mike Sperlinger, Paul Gerhardt, Rebecca Cleman and Annet Dekker
+ More info: http://www.avfestival.co.uk/programme/10/events/recycled-film-symposium
--> Several Interruptions
Urban Video Project, Syracuse, New York
April 1st 2010 - April 30th 2010
For the month of April, our YouTube video triptych, 'Several Interruptions' will be projected onto the side of a high-rise building in downtown Syracuse, New York for the month of April. You can find out more about the Urban Video Project at: http://www.urbanvideoproject.com
+ You can watch a streaming version of, 'Several Interruptions' here: http://www.thomson-craighead.net/docs/interruptions.html
+ You can also watch it and read a contextual essay by Sarah Cook here: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/our-work/several-interruptions/
--> Rethinking Curating
We are in a couple of books out this month. The first is called Rethinking Curating: Art after New Media and is by Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook with an introduction by Steve Dietz and published by MIT press. The second is called, 'A brief history of working with New Media Art' and is by Beryl Graham, Sarah Cook, Verina Gfader and Axel Lapp and published by The Green Box, Berlin.
+ Two further links: http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=12071 / http://www.thegreenbox.net/en/books/brief-history-working-new-media-art
+ Just to let you know that Flat Earth will now be BROADCAST on
Channel 4 this Sunday December 2nd at 00.00hrs. The program is an
hour long and includes all six new Animate Projects and interviews.
So if you're not night owls then set your recorders...
+ Also, AN INTERVIEW about us and our work has just gone online as
part of vague terrain's online journal / http://www.vagueterrain.net/
+ We are also showing Flat Earth in Amsterdam as part of Montevideo's
exhibition, 'Video Vortex 2', which opens on 8th December 2007 and
runs until 3rd February 2008: http://www.montevideo.nl
+ Flat Earth will also be screened at Whitechapel Gallery in London
TOMORROW evening, 29th November 2007 at 7.30pm alongside the other
Here's a 'digest' of what we're up to over the summer -well in June
and July at any rate. We hope some of you can make some of it and
wish everyone a great summer wherever you are.
Jon & Alison
___ 1. BEACON / BFI SOUTHBANK
After two years in fabrication, we are finally launching the
mechanical version of BEACON as a railway flap sign at BFI, Southbank
from 23rd June - 12th August 2007. There's an opening from 7pm - 9pm
on Friday 22nd June (http://www.thomson-craighead.net/docs/
beacon.html) After London the sign travels to FACT in Liverpool and
then Artists Space in New York.
___ 2. ACCUMULATED OUTLOOK / OAKVILLE GALLERIES
The gallery version of Decorative Newsfeeds is part of Accumulated
Outlook at Oakville Galleries in Canada from 29th June - 26th August
2007. It will be at Centennial Square site with a launch party on
Thursday 28 June 2007 (http://www.oakvillegalleries.com/1075.htm).
We are almost finished developing a new outdoor version of Decorative
Newsfeeds for The Junction in Cambridge.
___ 3. THE LOST O / ASHFORD
A new version of our generative music system called Diminished 7th is
part of The Lost O in Ashford, Kent on 7th and 8th July, which
coincides with Tour de France passing through the town on this year's
UK first stage (http://www.thomson-craighead.net/docs/losto.html).
Diminished 7th was first developed for Arts Transpennine 2003 and
used cows rather than sheep.
___ 4. THE CENTRE OF ATTENTION MAG NO.4
The Centre of Attention Magazine no.4 is on DVD and includes one of
our template cinema works. The magazine launches on Sunday 29th July
2007 at the Publish and Be Damned Fair, Rochelle School, London E2
___ 5. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
FEEDBACK in the new Laboral Gallery in Gijon (http://
www.laboralcentrodearte.org/feedback/index.html) and My own Private
Reality at Edith Russ Site in Oldenburg (http://
Do visit either online or in the gallery if you can.
thanks and best wishes,
Jon & Alison
MY OWN PRIVATE REALITY
Growing up online in the 90s and 00s
12 May - 1 July 2007
Press Conference: Friday, 11 May 2007, 11 a.m.
Opening: Friday, 11 May 2007, 7 p.m.
Artists in the exhibition:
Cory Arcangel, Jonah Brucker-Cohen / Mike Bennett, Nick Crowe,
Exonemo, Ute Horner / Mathias Antlfinger, Humanbeans, Miranda July /
Harrell Fletcher, Olia Lialina / Dragan Espenschied, Les Liens
Invisibles, Jillian Mcdonald, Marisa Olson, Tanja Ostojic, Annina
Rust, Thomson & Craighead, ubermorgen.com / Paolo Cirio / Alessandro
Ludovico, Angie Waller
In the last decade, the Internet has become one of the most important
tools of the information society. The ability to think and act in a
networked fashion is not only crucial to the world’s economy, but
has also changed our culture. With the ever-increasing
democratisation of the media, new social communities based in the
global network have emerged. These communities, operating with their
own rules, have come to influence and change our daily cultural
activities. “Social softwares” are the communication tools by
which interaction and collaboration online takes place, yet their use
is regulated more through social conventions than genuine software
From an easy to survey, disparate and radical community, which was
first built by a group of Internet enthusiasts, a mainstream
development has been generated: Participatory platforms, which allow
users to upload the content on the websites - such as MySpace,
YouTube, or Second Life - have become an important part of the
online culture. The difference from those early electronic
communities on the Internet is that today users needn’t have
specialist technical knowledge and can more easily play a crucial
role in the creation of networks, publishing their opinions and their
viewpoints to a global public. With its blogs and message boards the
internet today offers a space for private opinions to be shared. The
interest of online communities lies not only in the distribution of
current news and headlines, but in a subjective way in how these are
communicated - an individual, personal style, which creates a new
form of authenticity.
The exhibition My Own Private Reality demonstrates how artists are
using the web to discuss and engage with these new social formations
and the effects social software has in the offline/real world. The
exhibition is focused on the development (the maturation or ‘growing
up’) of activities that define our interactions with the World Wide
Web: personal diaries, entertainment, online shopping, fact-finding,
and the fact that sometimes you just want to escape real life. All
these things have been present before this second Internet
revolution, but these works suggest how they have changed in a World
Wide Web whose contents are produced by its users. The net-based
works included in the exhibition deal with online developments of the
last ten years and discuss the new distinctions between private and
public, the identity structuring potential of the Internet and the
possibility that today one’s own private thoughts are so easily made
public. The featured works are not all web-based, but they all
reflect the phenomenon of social communities on the Internet.
In this year’s January edition Time Magazine voted “You” as the
person of the year in an acknowledgment of the fact of the increasing
democratization of the digital media. The exhibition My Own Private
Reality questions the truth of this, by including projects that pre-
date the more recent phenomena of the Web 2.0 as well as projects
which question the sometimes less than public side of the web. The
exhibition is an interface for the manifold possibilities of
networked thinking and acting.
The works in the exhibition have been selected by Sabine Himmelsbach
and Sarah Cook, whose involvement as co-curator has been supported by
her work with the online resource for curators of new media, CRUMB
We are showing, 'Short Films about Flying' in this exhibition in
Spain opening on Friday -see below
Jon & Alison
FEEDBACK is one of the inaugural exhibitions at LABORAL Centre for
Art and Creative Industries in Gijon, Asturias, Spain. It is an
exhibition focusing on art responsive to instructions, input, or its
environment and creates one possible narrative of the history of 'new
media art'. Featuring historical and current art works that are all
based on technology and systems of response, the exhibition traces
the history of contemporary artistic practice involving digital
Christiane Paul, Curator of New Media Arts, Whitney Museum of
American Art, New York
Jemima Rellie, Director of Digital Programmes, Tate Modern, London
Charlie Gere, Research Professor in New Media, University of Lancaster
Official opening; 30.3.07
LABORAL Centre for Art and Creative Industries is an exhibition
centre specifically focused on the production and exhibition of art,
science, technology and creative industries. This interdisciplinary
space pays special attention to workshops for vocational and
professional training, and to research into the intersection between
creativity and new technologies.
LABORAL is based in Gijon [Asturias] - Spain
A single-channel version of our documentary artwork October, is available for the first time online at Photoworks for the duration of our solo exhibition at Carroll / Fletcher, London.
October was originally commissioned as a gallery installation by Photoworks as part of the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012 and is a documentary artwork about the early rise and fall of the Occupy movement.
Watch it here: http://www.photoworks.org.uk/news/79
Find out more about the installation version here:
More about our show currently in London here: http://www.carrollfletcher.com/exhibitions/15/overview/
The INMG Gallery have just launched an online exhibition of our documentary artwork A short film about War at www.inmg.org.uk.
Apart from being able to watch a full length streaming version of the piece you can also download the accompanying catalogue, which includes essays by Tom Snow, Dr Alan Ingram and an interview by Edwin Coomasaru and Jo Chard: www.inmg.org.uk/thomson-craighead/catalogue/
Oh and there will also be a Reading Group: Digital Ethics On and Offline at 7pm, Tuesday 28th May at Carroll/Fletcher gallery to coincide with our solo exhibition there. This event is organised in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Art, University College London.
Please contact email@example.com for details and if you are interested in attending this event
We have a solo exhibition opening at Carroll/Fletcher in London running from 24th May until 6th July.
If you're in town then please do drop by: the gallery is on EastCastle Street in Fitzrovia. Oh and the opening itself is on 23rd May from 6.30 - 8.30pm
We're showing new and recent work alongside a couple of older pieces and a publication will be accompanying the exhibition with an essay by David Auerbach. We'll also be giving a gallery tour and talk on 4th June in the evening.
You can find out more by going to the facebook event here:
or straight to www.carrollfletcher.com/exhibitions/forthcoming/
Regine Debatty, author of We-make-money-not-art blog has also interviewed us for ResonanceFM and that will be broadcast live at 4pm on 22nd May so do listen in if you can.
We are showing the single screen version of Belief as part of Video Dumbo at Eyebeam in Chelsea, New York on Sunday May 19th at 4.30pm in the Believers screening program.
You can find out more about our screening here:
If you're in New York that weekend then maybe go take a look!!
Our documentary artwork Belief is showing this weekend on Skye. The work is being exhibited in the south wing of Dunvegan Castle in close proximity to the Fairy Flag iconic talisman of clan MacLeod, which is used as the starting point for this unique installation.
Belief is made from information found entirely on the worldwide web. In fifteen minutes, this two-screen installation presents a series of fragmented broadcasts about belief, all sourced from the video sharing community YouTube.
Belief is the final work in the Flat Earth Trilogy following on from Flat Earth (2007) and A short film about War (2009/2010). Supported by Creative Scotland's Vital Spark programme, New Media Scotland's Alt-w Fund, ATLAS Arts and Animate Projects. Software development by Matthew Jarvis, sound design by John Cobban and script development by Alison Craighead, Jon Thomson and Steve Rushton. Graphic design by Cavan Convery.
Saturday 13 - Monday 15 April 2013 10am - 5.30pm (last entry 5pm)
Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides, Scotland
Admission charges apply
You can see a single screen version of the installation here: http://www.animateprojects.org/films/by_date/2012/belief
You can read an essay on Belief by Morgan Quaintance here:
You can read interviews with us about Belief here:
We are showing our installation October as part of an exhibition and talk series at Corn Exchange Newbury and New Greenham Arts. The exhibition opens on 27th March and runs until 21st April.
More information on the exhibition can be found at:
and you can find out more about October at:
We are showing A short film about War as part of Videonale 14 currently on exhibition at Kunst Museum Bonn in Germany. The exhibition will be touring around over next year or so but you can also download an App for you phone that gives you all the catalogue information and more... Here's the blurb and a download link -enjoy!
"For all of you who have already visited Videonale or still plan to go: all information on the exhibition and festival are for the first time also available through the Videonale App, supported by KfW Stiftung, for the iPhone, iPad and iPad-Mini. The App is available for free in the App Store.
As a guide to VIDEONALE.14, the Videonale App provides additional information about the exhibition, the artists exhibited and their works, and can be used as an interactive plan of the exhibition. In addition, an interview with the jury gives an insight into how the festival was organised. The app also offers short descriptions, opening times and a route planner of the Videonale Parcours in Bonn."
You can download the Videonale app at: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id598881241
After seven years our outdoor version of Decorative Newsfeeds in Forest Hill, London will be decommissioned today. It was only supposed to be there for five years so we're happy that it has had such a long run. You can find documentation of the piece on our website at:
and you can also still see our other outdoor version of this work in Cambridge by The Junction theatre:
Thank you to everyone who has supported both works over the years and if anyone wants to give the Forest Hill version a new home then do get in touch, although it's possibly a bit big for most living room walls :)
We have written a short text for this new publication launching in Paris at La Gaîté Lyrique this Thursday evening. Here's the blurb on the book and event, which is a retrospective snapshot of artists work online over the last twenty years or so:
NOUVELLE PUBLICATION | "NET ART - WJ-SPOTS#2"
Les artistes s'emparent du réseau / Artists take over the network
LANCEMENT / LAUNCHING: 19h00 - 20h30
Jeudi 13 décembre 2012 / Thursday December 13th 2012
La Gaîté Lyrique, rue Papin - 75003 PARIS
M° Réaumur Sébastopol / Arts et Métiers
Entrée libre / Free entrance
inscription / registration : firstname.lastname@example.org
Avec la participation de /with the participation of:
ALEJO DUQUE // ALESSANDRO LUDOVICO //ANDRÈS LOZANO a.k.a. Loz ANA CARVALHO // ATAU TANAKA // AYMERIC MANSOUX // BRAD TROEMEL // BRIAN MACKERN // CARL.Y & LABOITEBLANCHE (((NOMUSIC))) // CHRISTIANE PAUL // CONSTANT DULLART // DANIIL (DANJA) VASILIEV // DAPHNE DRAGONA // DAVID BLAIR // DEAN WHITBREAD // DOMENICO QUARANTA // EVAN ROTH // FRANCK ANCEL // GEERT LOVINK // GENCO GÜLAN // GÉRALDINE GOMEZ // GORDAN SAVIÇIC // GWENOLA WAGON/STÉPHANE DEGOUTIN // HANS BERNHARD // HEATH BUNTING // I-WEI LI // IGOR ŠTROMAJER // JEAN-BAPTISTE BAYLE // JEAN-PAUL FOURMENTRAUX // JODI // JULIEN LEVESQUE // JULIEN OTTAVI // KAREN DERMINEUR (KRN) // MAGRÉT ELISABET ÓLAFSDÓTTIR // MAJA KALOGERA // MARIA PTQK // MARIE PETIT // MICHAËL SELLAM // MILTOS MANETAS // MINDAUGAS GAPŠEVIČIUS// NICOLAS MALEVÉ // PAULA PERISSINOTTO // PEDRO SOLER // PER PLATOU // RAPHAEL BASTIDE & YANNICK ANTOINE // REYNALD DROUHIN // RICARDO MBARKHO // SAKROWSKI // SHU LEA CHEANG // STANZA // STÉPHAN BARRON // THOMAS CHENESEAU // THOMSON & CRAIGHEAD // YVES BERNARD//
AFC / With:
Isabelle Arvers http://www.isabellearvers.com
Anne Laforet http://sakasama.net
Atau Tanaka - www.ataut.net (US)
Andrés Lozano a.k.a. Loz - http://andre-lozano.org (FR)
David Blair - http://www.waxweb.org (US)
Evan Roth - http://www.evan-roth.com (US)
Franck Ancel - http://twitter.com/franckancel (FR)
Géraldine Gomez - www.centrepompidou.fr (FR)
Margrét Elísabet Ólafsdóttir - http://reykjavikmedialab.is (IS)
Marie Petit - www.chambrebleue.eu (FR)
Michaël Sellam - http://michaelsellam.com (FR)
Shu Lea Cheang - http://www.mauvaiscontact.info (US)
Thomas Cheneseau - https://www.facebook.com/thomas.vaneecloor (FR)
Rédactrice en chef invitée / Guest Chief Editor
Directrice de la Rédaction / Editorial Editor
Rédacteur en chef / Chief Editor
Visuel couverture / visual cover
Olia Lialina "Agatha Appears" 1997
Bilingue Français - Anglais / Bilingual English - French
9 euros - Disponible aussi au format PDF / Also Available in PDF format
MCD : www.digitalmcd.com
Les artistes, critiques, chercheurs et commissaires artistiques, invités à participer à cette publication nous donnent des clés, des repères et des éclairages pour comprendre les différentes formes artistiques qui cohabitent sur la toile, dans ses interstices et ses périphéries. D’un point de vue artistique, les auteurs témoignent de ce qui s’est passé sur Internet ces deux dernières décennies et ils expriment la façon dont ils ont perçu, vécu et traversé cette période. D’un point de vue social, politique et artistique, les participants nous expliquent : comment le réseau a changé leur rapport au monde, à l’espace et au temps; comment il a bouleversé leurs usages, leurs pratiques et leur manière de penser; et comment il est devenu un espace de partage, d’échange et de création.
Dans une démarche prospective, ils imaginent les années qui viennent et se demandent si Internet sera toujours un territoire intéressant à explorer dans le futur, s’il sera toujours un terrain fertile pour produire des formes artistiques hybrides où le monde physique et le monde virtuel fusionnent, se frottent et se télescopent. Les participants proposent aussi une sélection de sites internet marquants et emblématiques à leurs yeux.
The artists, critics, researchers and curators invited to contribute to this publication are giving us the keys, references and insights to comprehend the various art forms that coexist on the net, in its interstices and its peripheries. From an artistic point of view, the authors reflect upon what has taken place on the internet in the last two decades, and express how they perceived, experienced and lived through this era. From a social, political and artistic point of view, the contributors tell us: how the network changed their relationship to the world, time and space; how it transformed their uses, practices and ways of thinking; and how it became a space for sharing, exchanging and creating.
In a prospective approach, they are forecasting the coming years, wondering if the internet can stay a territory worth exploring in the future and if it will still be a fertile ground to produce hybrid art forms in which the physical and virtual worlds merge, rub off on each other and collide. The contributors also present a selection of websites they regard as significant, iconic and essential.
MORE INFOS : Http://www.wj-s.org
PARTENAIRES / PARTNERS
Ministère de la culture et de la communication, Secrétariat général (SG) Service de la coordination des politiques culturelles et de l’innovation (SCPCI), Département de l’éducation et du développement artistiques et culturels (DEDAC), Orange, Institut Français, Communauté Française de Belgique, Région de Bruxelles capitale Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, Relais Culture Europe Production,Sidebyside Studio, Maison Laurentine, Transmediale, Betahaus, iMAL, Festival Mal au Pixel, La Gaité Lyrique, Arscenic, Selfworld, WJ-S, Digitalarti, MCD.
We are showing Decorative Newsfeeds as part of the exhibition Paraphrasing Babel opening in Heerlen and Maastricht this week. If you're in the area then please go take a peek. The various artworks in the show are distributed across public spaces in both cities. More info on the website here: http://www.paraphrasing-babel.eu
More information on Decorative Newsfeeds here:
The single screen version of our documentary artwork, 'Belief' is screening tonight at The Duke of York's picturehouse in Brighton as part of the Jarman Award touring programme. It includes works by all ten shortlisted artists and is a 140 minutes long, so brace yourself! More info here:
Oh and if you can't make it you can watch it online at Animate Projects:
Our karaoke videos More Songs of Innocence and of Experience are reviewed in this article about the Film & Video Umbrella's online exhibition Our Mutual Friends. Take a look here:
So please come along if you can. The whole biennial is on for a few weeks.
More information on the Brighton Photo-biennial here:
and you can see some documentation here:
A single screen version of our new work Belief is being screened at FACT in Liverpool TONIGHT as part of the Jarman Award touring program organised by Film London. You can find out more about the touring program > here <
You can find out more about Belief here:
A new written piece on our work by Morgan Quaintance is now available on the Lux blog at http://www.lux.org.uk/blog/thomson-craighead. It focuses on our video works available at Lux, but Morgan contextualises this with our wider practice too. Have a read if you get a moment...
We've just made More Songs of Innocence and of Experience as part of Our Mutual Friends commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella, London. This online exhibition launches at Jerwood Space in London on 30th August and also includes work by Graham Hudson, Gayle Chong Kwan and Janice Kerbal.
More Songs of Innocence and of Experience are a series of karaoke videos that take a fresh look at unsolicited spam emails and their affinities with the romanticism and realism in Charles Dicken's novel, 'Our Mutual Friend'. In both Dicken's novel and our online culture the language of romanticism and realism becomes intertwined with languages of exploitation whether it be the scam email, the hard luck story that attempts to extort or more generally the realms of advertising, evangelical religion, politics etc.
You can see the first three videos in this series here:
The exhibition website for Our Mutual Friends launches on 30th August, 2012. Our Mutual Friends is commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella and presented in partnership with Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Turner Contemporary, Margate and Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth.
We're just finishing up a new artwork we've been asked to make for this year's Brighton Photo-biennial. The installation is called, 'October' -a documentary artwork about the burgeoning Occupy movement. We'll post more information about the piece closer to the time of exhibition but for now you can find out more here:
A single screen version of our new installation Belief is now available to view online at Animate Projects. Here's the copy from the Animate press release with links to the essay and interview too:
"Animate Projects is delighted to present the new film, Belief, by Thomson and Craighead. Belief is the final work in the desktop documentary trilogy, following on from the AnimateTV commission Flat Earth (2007) and A Short Film about War (2009/2010). The three films can be viewed online at animateprojects.org.
Belief comprises a series of fragmented broadcasts about belief, all sourced from the video sharing community YouTube. Belief premiered in installation at Inspace in Edinburgh as part of Edinburgh International Film Festival in June.
An essay by Morgan Quaintance and an interview with the artists accompanies the exhibition of the work online.
Belief is Supported by Creative Scotland's Vital Spark programme, New Media Scotland's Alt-w Fund, ATLAS Arts and Animate Projects.
Belief > animateprojects.org/films/by_date/2012/belief
Essay > animateprojects.org/writing/essays/m_quaintance
Interview > animateprojects.org/interviews/thomson_and_craighead_belief
Artist Wendy McMurdo has posted about our new documentary artwork, Belief for the Dutch photography blog and zine FOAM. It includes a brief interview with us on the work. You can read the post in full by following this link: http://foam.org/foam-blog/2012/june/belief
Belief is currently being staged at Inspace in Edinburgh as part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival (http://www.thomson-craighead.net/belief), but a single screen version of the work is also going to be hosted by Animate Projects from July with a short accompanying essay by Morgan Quaintance. We'll post the link here when it goes live!
We are premiering our new documentary artwork, Belief as part of the Edinburgh Film Festival. It's the final work in our Flat Earth Trilogy following on from Flat Earth (2007) and A short film about War (2009/2010). Come along this Thursday if you're nearby! Big thanks too to New Media Scotland and Inspace for their support.
'Belief', Inspace, Edinburgh. 21st June - 1st July 2012, 8:30-9pm and followed by a screening of Wim Wenders' Wings of Desire
We will be showing, 'A short film about War' as part of this group show -it opens on Friday. 'Image Counter Image', Haus der Kunst, Munich. 10th June 2012 – 16th September 2012.
Artists: bureau d’études / Nin Brudermann / Harun Farocki / Omer Fast / Hans-Peter Feldmann / Téo Hernandez / Monika Huber / Alfredo Jaar / Adela Jušić / Langlands & Bell / Radenko Milak / Trevor Paglen / Thomas Ruff / Roy Samaha / Wilhelm Sasnal / Ahlam Shibli / John Smith / Sean Snyder / Thomson & Craighead / Jasmila Žbanić.
more info: http://www.hausderkunst.de/index.php?id=132&no_cache=1&L=1&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=170
We are showing our installation The distance travelled through our solar system this year and all the barrels of oil remaining as part of this exhibition opening TONIGHT! The exhibition runs from 16th May until 15th September, so if you're in Preston at all this summer, do pop along and take a look.
You can find out more about this exhibition here.
You can find out more about The distance travelled... here