Process Festival 22 – 25 March
Riga , Latvia
Why Analogue ?
16mm Film Screening
@ University for Creative Arts, Farnham Cinema
Wednesday 22nd February 2017
4 – 6 pm
16mm Film Evening @ SIGN
18th February 2017
Curated by Bernardo Zanotta
Celluloid Traces, London Short Film Festival
ICA Cinema, The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
Sunday 8th January 2017
Bea Haut, Jenny Baines and Vicky Smith
BEEF @ The Cube Microplex
4 Princess Row, BS2 8NQ, Bristol
Saturday 3rd December – 8pm
BEEF presents an evening of single and double-screen 16mm projections and live performances emphasizing bodily encounters, gestures and inscriptions. Acts of physical endurance are combined with explorations of space, place and the environment. The three artists engage in different but overlapping ways with the material and mechanical specificities of celluloid film, incorporating humour and absurdity. Expect bodies, bicycles, feet, and a participatory ‘living film loop’.
Field and Frame
Close Up Film Center @ 97 Sclater Street, London E1 6HR
Friday 26th August
Having shared a studio for two years; Bea Haut, Jenny Baines and Laura Hindmarsh here bring together their respective film work, using the screening as a conversation between the individual works and a chance to examine the echoes, absorptions and outcomes of their interlacing practices. Q&A with Kim Knowles.
5th – 7th August 2016
BEEF @ SUPERNORMAL Festival
Braziers Park, Oxfordshire
Cephalopod is a collaborative film-based hub taking residence for the weekend of Supernormal 2016. Their striking mollusc-inspired shed hidden deep in the woods will host a scheduled selection of events from BEEF members and friends; including a 16mm film drop in workshop as the cephalopod transforms into a darkroom, screenings from BEEF members & friends, and a performance of experimental live soundscapes from Saltings & sound explorations and excursions from BEEF members.
International Artist-run Film Labs meeting
3 -10th July 2016
Part of the European Cooperation Project RE MI
ANALOGUE! ACCIDENT! ALCHEMY!
Four Corners and the East End Film Festival present a panel discussion, chaired by Helen Dewitt, focusing on the use of analogue film technologies in a predominantly digital age; with the participation of Nicholas Abrahams, Douglas Hart, Bea Haut. With extensive experience working with Super 8, 16mm, alternative chemical processing and analogue video this panel will discuss the pros, cons, pitfalls and practicality of such technology.
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016
Black Box Shorts 1: In the Body of Technology
Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st June
This short experimental film programme reflects on the way technology dialogues with the body, creating a two-way process of transformation. Gestures and movements are broken down and analysed, destabilised and defamiliarised. The physicality of the body meets the material of film and digital, migrating through forms and layers and creating new perceptions and experiences. The screening ends with a live performative intervention that connects the filmmaker, the audience, the filmstrip and the projected image. [PG]
Lo & Behold
2b Swanfield Street
London E2 7DS
Analogue Recurring is an experimental 16mm screening event, which illuminates the mechanical processes and materiality inherent in analogue film. Embracing a DIY ethos the event celebrates contemporary celluloid film in the digital age; a field continuously redefining it’s self as durational and durable. Including many new works hot of the rollers.
Artists : Jenny Baines, Louis Benassi, Karel Doing, Nicky Hamlyn, Lucy Harris, Bea Haut, Laura Hindmarsh, Jim Hobbs & Russell Duke, Christine Lucy Latimer, David Leister, Bill Leslie, Michael Lyons, Aurélie Percevault & Antoine Ledroit, Luis Macias, Sophie Michael, Haley Peterson, Klara Ravat, Vicky Smith & Bouche Bée and Mary Stark.
An exhibition and sale of photographs
Thursday 26th May 2016
5 – 9pm
Lo & Behold
2b Swanfield Street
London E2 7DS
100 YE∀ЯS OF DADA: Film is Dead – Long Live Dada: A Short Film Competition
20 May 2016
Contact – A Festival of Experimental Film and Video
Friday 6th, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th of May
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival
12 -17 April 2016
Saturday 27th February
16mm film performances by
Bea Haut at 3:30pm
Guy Sherwin & Lynn Loo at 4:00pm
David Leister & Lucy Harris at 5:00pm
Open 14th February- 12th March 2016 (Saturday and Sundays 12- 5pm)
Preview 13th February 2016 6.30-9.30
OBSERVER BUILDING GALLERY
Observer Building, Cambridge Road Hastings, TN34 1DT
curated by Louise Colbourne – http://ourmachines.blogspot.co.uk/
“Our machines are disturbingly lively, and we ourselves frighteningly inert.”
(Donna J. Haraway)
A Matter of Visibility: International Avant-Garde and Artists’ Cinema
Museum of Moving Image, New York City
Saturday 23rd January 2016
More Info & Film Notes
Organized by guest curator Mónica Savirón, this program presents New York and American premieres of strong new, experimental work in conversation with rarely seen works by avant-garde masters such as Lis Rhodes and Chantal Akerman. These artistic views have the ability to enhance our perception through symbolism, transformation, and a keen sense of creative freedom.
Works include: Reportage ! (by Rei Hayama. Japan, 2015), Across (Cara Morton. Canada, 1997), Pixel Jungle (Klara Ravat. Spain/Germany, 2015), Cross Worlds (Cécile Fontaine. France, 2006), The Tower (Salomé Lamas. Portugal, 2015), Trois strophes sur le nom de Sacher (Chantal Akerman. France, 1989), Maschile, Roma (Friedl vom Gröller. Austria/Italy, 2015), Her Silent Seaming (Nazli Dinçel. U.S., 2014), Defenestration (Bea Haut. U.K., 2015), Nocturno (Naoko Sasaki. Canada, 2003), and Light Reading (Lis Rhodes. U.K., 1978).
Motion in Form II @ Slade Research Center
Thursday 10th December 2015
6 – 9pm
Artists – Jenny Baines, Oliver Bancroft, Melanie Counsell, Benedict Drew, David Leister, Bea Haut, Jim Hobbs, Jayne Parker and Guy Sherwin
7th – 10th December : This event will include 16mm film workshops, seminars, live performance, and a day of film installations. It will include work by staff and students from the Slade School of Fine Art and the University of Greenwich. ‘Motion in Form II’ will act as a platform for debate about the relevance and specific qualities of analogue film, as well as its extension into other media.
Media City Film Festival
Friday, July 31, 2015 | 9:30 PM
Capitol Theatre | 121 University Ave West, Windsor
Friday 17th July
Lo & Behold,
2b Swanfield street, E2 7DS
Analogue Recurring is an experimental screening event, which illuminates the mechanical processes and materiality inherent in analogue film. Embracing a DIY ethos, new and contemporary analogue films are screened and performed. The event is platform to discuss and enjoy the visceral pleasures of analogue films and their projectors.
This is contemporary analogue film continuously redefining it’s self as durational and durable in the digital age.
Black Box Shorts 1: Placing Performance, Staging the Self – 22nd and 26th June
Expanding notions of performance though the material, the spatial, the personal and the relational.
Displaying a wide range of technical and conceptual approaches, the films in this programme question the role and nature of performance beyond the strictly theatrical. Not acting but acting out in ways that force us to see, experience and understand things differently. Here, performance sets up critical relations between people and places, and weaves a complex fabric of fluid and interchanging selves. What is performance and, most importantly, what isn’t?
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: LUX FILM FARM
A Hand Processing Film Workshop with Philip Hoffman
20-21 June 2015, 10am to 6pm
Double Negative Dark Room
178A Glyn Road, London E5 0JE
Price for 2-day workshop: £225 (includes 2 rolls of film per participant and chemistry)
More Info and Booking through LUX
One Hundred Foot III Collaborations
Friday 15th May – 7pm
Lo& Behold – 2b Swanfield street,
London E2 7DS
A 16mm film curatorial project Produced by Jim Hobbs
Artists: Carla Garcia & Calum Watt, m Hobbs & Dennis McNany, Eric Stewart & Dan Stangl, Oliver Bancroft & Will Hanke, Guy Sherwin & Lynn Loo, Emilie Atkinson, Karel Doing, Rosalind Fowler, & James Holcombe, Richard Bevan & Sophie Michael, David Leister & Christel Chaudet, Patrick Beveridge & Mikhail Kozlov, Denis Masi & The The, Terry Wragg & Jez Coram, Jenny Baines & Bea Haut, Simon Liu & Brian Cooper, Sophie Michael & Astrid Everall, Martha Jurksaitis & Kathy Alberici, Nick Collins, Louisa Fairclough & Richard Glover
The Dream that kicks: Film Doubled
Sunday 19th April – 6pm
Projectors invade the auditorium to reveal seven amazing double screen works – three seminal classics and four from the British new analogue wave. Interaction, juxtaposition, synchronization and repetition drive these films. The action here is not just happening on the filmstrips – it also belongs in the moment of projecting.
Malcom LeGrice, William Raban, Richard Bevan, Bea Haut, Jenny Baines, Karel Doing and Paul Sharits
@ London Short Film Festival
Sunday 18th January 2015
ICA , 12 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH
Laura Hindmarsh & Bea Haut
Tuesday 14th October
One night installation exhibition only
Australian artist Laura Hindmarsh and London based artist Bea Haut bring together two 16mm film based works featuring the artist embodied within the frame. Present and exposed, yet deceptive through the coupling of alterations in time and space, these works complicate human gestures and suggest a viewing experience perceptive of the form. Running for one night only as a looped gallery based installation on 16mm film.
Seeing The Hidden
39 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PQ
Cinema and science meet in an event with playful talks and serious visuals.
Friday 18th July
Lo & Behold, 2b Swanfield Street, London E2 7DS
Analogue Recurring is a 16mm film-screening event, a celebration and study of analogue film and projections. Exploring the mechanical processes and the visceral pleasures of this art form, this occasion delights in the materiality of celluloid film as well as in the performative nature of analogue projections. This show is a contemporary selection of artists and film-makers, who, in the digital age choose to engage with analogue film. Double Vision is particularly focus on double screen works, many of them made for this event, which will be projected on David Leister’s synchronised dual 16mm projectors.
Artists include : Jenny Baines, Oliver Bancroft, Richard Bevan, karel Doing, Mat Fleming, Sally Golding, Lucy Harris, Bea Haut, James Holcombe, David Leister, Sophie Micheal, Katie Miller, Giusy Pirotta, Greg Pope, Mai Spring and Daniela Zahlner
Produced by Bea Haut Technically upholstered by David Leister Hosted by Lo & Behold
Exhibition Private View
Sat 10th May 7pm- til late
178A Gln Road E5 Oje
Thursday 3rd & 4th April 2014
One Hundred Foot II is the second gathering of filmmakers’ and artists’ 16mm films. As an industry standard, 100 feet of film (approximately 3 minutes) is the given length for a small spool of 16mm film. This given/standard/restraint has been used by artists in the past and remains a pertinent form/format for creating films. Utilizing this number, a film can be conjured up within the parameters of two distant but specific points – 0 and 100. In understanding that film, as opposed to digital, is measured in this tactile and physical form of length, the filmmaker/artist must address the issue of time through the measurement of a material length. For some, this constraint is seen as a time limit; for others, it becomes a finite amount of physical material in which to construct a work, similar to a sculptor’s material.
2b Swanfield Street, London E2 7DS more info
Artists : Luke McCreadie, Bea Haut, Joanna Byrne, Louise Colbourne, Jim Hobbs, Richard Bevan, Jayne Parker, Sophie Michael, Jennifer Nightingale, Oliver Bancroft, James Holcombe, Denis Masi, Jenna Bliss, Vassilis Vlasatras, Vicki Thornton, Stephen Broomer, Lucy Harris, Nick Collins, Jenny Baines, David Leister, Vicky Smith
Friday 28th March 2014 – 7pm
In 1983, Deke Dusinbeere stated in his programme notes for Avant-Garde British Landscape Films at the Tate, that – even when culturally and physically we are incapable of sharing the same view – we can all appreciate the ‘need to search for a new representation of the world, for new terms in which to envisage the future.’ * The artists in this programme continue this search, engaging and revealing through ‘light, colour, movement and texture’ * a diverse landscape with infinite ways of seeing it.
Artists include: Luke Aspell, Jenny Baines, Nick Collins, Chris Paul Daniels, Nicky Hamlyn, Bea Haut, Jamie Jenkinson, Jennifer Nightingale, Damien Monteau, Gareth Polmeer, Action Pyramid, John Smith and Sally Troughton.
* Deke Dusinberre, Introduction to Avant-Garde British Landscape Films programme notes, Tate Gallery, 3-21st March 1975, From Undercut 7/8 spring 1983 special issues on landscape film and photography and video.
Apiary Studios – 458 Hackney Rd, London E2 9EG Collective-iz
Friday 6th December 2013
Projecting films on David Leister’s ‘portable’ 35mm Fumeo projector, this evening has been concocted to set a challenge to artists and filmmakers to experiment within the 35mm frame yet work outside of industry parameters. Continuing with an interest in celluloid film’s materiality and the performance of projection, Analogue Recurring would like to provoke DIY film technologies, help define contemporary artist’s analogue film production and confound the general view that analogue film is dead.’
MOTION IN FORM
Saturday 12th October 2013
A series of short exhibitions and performance events by seven artists that predominantly work with analogue film and installation. They will each install a new work, or new composition of works at the Project Space at various points from the months of July through to October 2013.
The remit is purely to explore the sculptural possibilities of film installation within the project space. This will be an opportunity for the artists to experiment with the methodologies and material of celluloid film and projected light, as well as the expanded cinematic qualities of film as performance and form.
A full listing of the artist’s information and event dates will be posted here: http://motioninform.tumblr.com
@ Electro Studios Project Space, St. Leonards on Sea
Emitters of Light No.W.Here Open Studio
Thursday 3th October, 6-9pm. 316-318 Bethnal Green Road, E2 0AG
Friday 4th to Sunday 6th, 11am-6pm.
no.w.here opens its laboratory and studio to reveal film installations and screenings of works made within the very space they are shown. Drawing upon an incredible body of work made by no.w.here’s members, moving image art will be installed and projected within the lab as an immersive experience.
These works combine digital technologies with a deep understanding and engagement with the material, mechanical and chemical nature of film. Continuously looping and playing, the works will be situated in relation to the machines in which they were made, drawing out an understanding of the capabilities of these ’emitters of light’ and bringing a deeper appreciation of the qualities of film as a vital and important contemporary material.
Artists: Karel Doing, Peter Gidal, Maria Anastassiou, Bea Haut, Jenny Baines, Vicky Smith, Oliver Bancroft, Patrick Beveridge and more!
LONDON ANALOGUE FESTIVAL
7th -8th September 2013
Photography, film, sound art, workshops and talks
ANALOGUE RECURRING @ Lo & Behold, London
Thursday 25th April 2013
Analogue Recurring is a celluloid film-screening event, a celebration and study of analogue film and projections. Exploring the mechanical processes and the visceral pleasures of this art form, this occasion delights in the materiality of celluloid film as well as in the performative nature of analogue projections. This show is a contemporary selection of artists and film-makers, who, in the digital age choose to engage with analogue film.
Artists 2013 : Maria Anastassiou, Jenny Baines, Oliver Bancroft, Louise Colbourne, Karel Doing, Sally Golding, Nicky Hamlyn, Bea Haut, Lucy Harris, Jim Hobbs, David Leister, Sophie Micheal, Giusy Pirrotta, Greg Pope, Vicky Smith and Jutu Van der Made
16mm celluloid film screening.
Artists film and archive program.
Celebrating the pre cinema days of it’s original incarnation as Edison’s film production studio, Black Maria will play host to an evening of 16mm projection featuring a mix of artist’s and archive films that contain elements of architecture, space and light. Perspective, performance and gesture are all emphasized in a programme that reflects the process of celluloid filmmaking. Films by Lucy Harris, Bea Haut, Jim Hobbs, David Leister, Sophie Micheal, Alia Syed and Emily Richardson.
1 Granary Square
N1C 4AA London
United Kingdom Saturday, 2 March 2013 from 19:30 to 22:00