Margate Moving Image

March 02, 2016

Auroville Dream (Tales From the city) will be screened at Margate Moving Image curated by Sally Childs.

Moving Image Margate is a screening and moving image installation planned to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8th 2016 and will run from 5th – 14th  March 2016. This exhibition is part of a programme of events designed to celebrate International Women’s Day on the 8th March, and will include theatre, poetry, street art, exhibitions, talks and workshops.

Venue  – Margate House 39-41 High Street, Margate, CT9 1DX

Preview – Sat 5th March 2016 6-8pm

Exhibition Dates– Sat 5th March – Sun 14th March

Sandra Crisp - Image Credit: The Artists and https://movingimagemargate.wordpress.com/

Sandra Crisp – Image Credit: The Artists and https://movingimagemargate.wordpress.com/

Artists

Fanny Aboulker, Chris Avis, Emily Bailey, Ting Ting Cheng, Catherine Cleary & Rebecca Ilett, Sandra Crisp, Helga Dorothea, Sappire Goss, Lorraine Hamilton, Victoria Havercroft, Jennifer Kaplan-Ortiz, Ellie Kyungran Heo, Liane Lang, Ope Lori, Rebecca Molloy, Lucie Rachel, Liz Sergent, Carol Sommer, Lana Vanzetta, Alice Wyatt

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Margate Moving Image website HERE

 

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Jump Cut – Averard Hotel – Saturation Point Projects

February 18, 2016

Jump Cut at the Averard Hotel, Lancaster Gate 15th February 2016, curated by Saturation Point Projects/ Slate Projects

Artists: Sandra Crisp, Peter Henderson, James Irwin, Patrick Morrissey, Charley Peters, Durrill Weller.

Saturation Point projects presents a one night only event hosting the wirk of six artists engaing with film as an ontological extension of thier practices. The Averards Hotel, a previously abandoned venue in west London provides the architectural backdrop to an evening of films exploring systems thinking, geometric abstraction and post digital landscapes.

Ballroom, Averard Hotel

Ballroom, Averard Hotel

Left, Sandra Crisp. Right, Patrick Morrissey

Left, Sandra Crisp. Right, Patrick Morrissey

Left, Sandra Crisp. Right Patrick Morrissey

Left, Sandra Crisp. Right Patrick Morrissey

Charley Peters

Charley Peters

Peter Henderson

Peter Henderson

Ballroom, Averard Hotel

Ballroom, Averard Hotel

Durril Weller

Durril Weller

James Irwin

James Irwin

Averard Hotel, interior staircase

Averard Hotel, interior staircase

Sandra Crisp

Sandra Crisp

Sandra Crisp

Sandra Crisp

Sandra Crisp

Sandra Crisp

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Invitation to Jump Cut

February 03, 2016

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Averard Hotel, Lancaster Gate

Averard Hotel, Lancaster Gate

 

Source: Invitation to Jump Cut

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Work in Progress: Waterside Commission – Kinetic Collage

January 19, 2016

Sandra Crisp: '102_Avatars' Dynamic code-based work

Sandra Crisp: ‘102_Avatars’ Dynamic code-based work

On 13th January 2016 I visited Sale, Great Manchester to complete

research and development for a commission at Waterside Arts Centre

due to launch mid-February 2016.

Waterside Arts Centre is a thriving and vibrant arts venue in the heart of Sale

in Greater Manchester. Comprising a theatre, art galleries, studios and workspaces,

the centre is an important regional hub for both performance and visual art.’

Waterside, Arts Centre

Waterside, Arts Centre

At Waterside, I will be exhibiting code-based dynamic work from Kinetic Collage project

(2015) on a 55″ display screen located in the foyer.

The 10 Microcommissions were awarded to 10 artists via open submission process for

Waterside’s 10th anniversary celebrations.

Sandra Crisp: '102_avatars' Dynamic code-based work. Fragmented imagery, text and graphics recycled from Twitter rotate continually, one layer replaced by the next as avatars and tweets flicker across the screen.

Sandra Crisp: ‘102_avatars’ Dynamic code-based work. Fragmented imagery, text and graphics recycled from Twitter rotate continually, one layer replaced by the next as avatars and tweets flicker across the screen.

(..View dynamic Kinetic Collage screencast videos HERE for a better idea of the movement

in the work)

Although I have previously exhibited elements of the project in the form of screencast

videos in Common Bodies, East Street Arts, Leeds, W.Yorkshire, June 2015 for example,

this is the first opportunity I’ve had to show Kinetic Collage as

intended – Processing sketches running in realtime. For this venue, the work will run on the 55″ screen

located in Waterside’s foyer. I’m really looking forward to making this happen!

Sandra Crisp: hashtag_mandala_2

Sandra Crisp: hashtag_mandala_2

As ever, when testing out digital files between different platforms, there

were a few glitches to begin with. But thanks to help from project organiser

Mario Popham, we found a work-around to deal with file issues (mainly the usual Mac/ PC

issues)  All the Processing ‘sketches’were eventually

exported from Processing into standalone Java mini-programs, that may be easily

launched from the desktop connected to the display screen.

Sandra Crisp: kinetic_array_2

Sandra Crisp: kinetic_array_2

I created 7 standalone exports so that a different work will be

running each day whilst the centre is open, forming a rotating exhibition that includes the majority of the works from the

project, viewed over time. To accompany the display, I will also produce an

image printed direct onto aluminium or perpex which will be located nearby in the foyer. I am keen to

explore different forms of presentation media for the work other than the usual inkjet print, I hope

that perspex or amuminium will lift and suspend the image in a similar way to an onscreen

image.

Sandra Crisp: array_philae

Sandra Crisp: array_philae

Kinetic Collage images HERE

Kinetic Collage screencasts HERE

Waterside Arts Centre 1 Waterside, Sale M33 7ZF

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Sluice_screens INVITE

January 07, 2016

Really pleased to be selected for Sluice_screens כc prize shortlist

THe 10 finalists will be screened at The Hospital Club, Covent Garden, London

16th January 2016, 4.30pm – 6pm.

Attendance is free* but RSVP is essential.’

Book tickets HERE

There will also be a reception afterwards at The Hospital Club, please RSVP rsvp@sluice.info

Hope to see you there…

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GIF Credit: Sluice

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Waterside Micro Commission| Waterside Arts Centre, Sale, Greater Manchester

October 20, 2015

I’m really looking forward to working on a new commission for the Waterside Arts Centre Sale, Greater Manchester taking place in January 2016. The ‘microcommission’ will be part of a series of 4 exhibitions at Waterside between October 2015 and January 2016.

The main proposal will see Waterside’s large 55″ touchscreen situated near the ticket office used to display dynamic work/s from Kinetic Collage project – Code-driven artworks created with Processing open source software 2014-2015  that layer and rotate fragmented images, text and graphics appropriated from Twitter profiles and timelines.

Sandra Crisp: Touchscreen displayed artwork, Waterside foyer

Sandra Crisp: Touchscreen displayed artwork, Waterside foyer

The large touchscreen will allow a full-scale dynamic Processing ‘sketch’ or ‘Twitter mandala’ to run on the screen in a way which is not normally possible when the work is viewed on a much smaller domestic-size screen. Therefore, the commission offers a great opportunity to present the the work as it was originally intended in a busy public space.

Sandra Crisp: hashtag_mandala_22 Sandra Crisp - hashtag_mandala_2 4200 pixels x 4200 pixels

Sandra Crisp – hashtag_mandala_2
4200 pixels x 4200 pixels. Still image taken from dynamic Kinetic Collage sketch

The second part of the proposal includes a print-based installation in the foyer, gallery or window/ entrance area. The dimensions, structure and choice of various print media, such as paper or transparent film will result from a direct response to the building’s architecture or possibly informed by by an aspect of local history. However, exact details won’t be finalised until after after a site visit in Novemember 2015, so watch this space to see how the work develops…..

Sandra Crisp: Possible print installation, Waterside - 1

Sandra Crisp: Proposal for print installation, Waterside

Sandra Crisp: Possible print installation - 1

Sandra Crisp: Proposal for print installation – Waterside (detail)

“As part of Waterside Arts Centre’s 10th anniversary celebrations, we are pleased to announce a series of micro commissions designed to showcase the work of emerging artists working within two dimensional disciplines. Selected works will be presented via the Art Centre’s new 55 inch touch screen monitor whilst there will also be opportunities for utilising the wall and window space in and around the main foyer of the venue.”

Video screencasts of dynamic programs running in Processing can be viewed HERE

An update of work in progress will be published on this blog as soon as it happens!

More Info: Call Out to Artists: Waterside Micro-Commissions < Whats On | Waterside Arts Centre, Sale

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SIMULTAN 2015 / TALKING TO STRANGERS

September 24, 2015

Auroville Dream (Tales From the City) will be included in Simultan Festival 2015 ‘Talking to Strangers’, Romania:

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SIMULTAN 2015 “TALKING TO STRANGERS” 11th edition / 7-10 october / Timisoara RO MEDIA ART / EXPLORATORY MUSIC AND SOUND

What would Voyager 3 contain if it would be re-launched today, after 38 years? In 1977, an information package was launched into space, a symbolical selection for the human civilization, launched with the intention to be intercepted or discovered by an alien civilization. A sort of “hello” from the humans, a way of saying “we are here”.
Today, maybe, such a package would contain microchips, texts with smiley faces at a correct decoding. We would probably brag about the invention of a virtual communication system, about our intelligent control systems? Our self-control or the controlling of others. We might also include some e-books about the human nature, on micro-sd cards, because we also advanced our knowledge in the field of psychoanalysis. Why wouldn’t we send a picture of Osama or of other terrorists that we cannot find, maybe they would help us with that.
Maybe we could simply send a cry for help, in the hope that in the thousand years that would take them to discover it, there would still be a chance for a few of us to be saved. Or Voyager 3 could be a new Noah’s ark, a capsule of DNA for a possible reconstruction. Read more HERE—>

Source: SIMULTAN 2015 / TALKING TO STRANGERS | media art / exploratory music and sound

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Inaugural Sluice_ screens prize shortlist announced « a-n The Artists Information Company

September 03, 2015

Ten artists working in the digital realm have been shortlisted for the new, open submission Sluice_screens prize.

Read More HERE —-> Inaugural Sluice_ screens prize shortlist announced « a-n The Artists Information Company

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Sluice__ screens, London

Auroville Dream (Tales From the City) has been shortlisted for the London

The Sluice_screens ↄc Prize is dedicated to the promotion of artists’ working within the digital realm. The ↄc Prize takes the form of a free to enter open submission award.

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  • Budhaditya Chattopadhyay
  • Dennis and Debbie Club
  • Declan Colquitt
  • Inez do Coo
  • Sandra Crisp
  • Aurele Ferrier
  • Tessa Garland
  • Caitlin Griffiths
  • Lawrence Lek
  • Amy Lunn

On Sept 12 one of the shortlisted artists (above) will be selected to exhibit at Sluice_2015 – Bargehouse, Oxo Tower wharf, Southwark as part of the Sluice_screens programme and will receive £500. All ten artists will subsequently be exhibited at The Hospital Club in London’s Covent Garden.

Read More HERE —-> Sluice__ screens

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Altered States, St Leonards, UK

September 01, 2015

Images from Altered States video installation, Electro Studios, St Leonards UK. Thanks to Toby Tatum and Mark French who curated and presented a great diversity of moving image work as large-screen, pin-sharp HD projections

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Especio, Digital Cinema, Canary Islands

Auroville Dream (Tales From the City) has been selected for International Festival of Creativity, Innovation & Digital Culture, Espacio Center, Canary Islands, December 2015

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Altered States [Coastal Currents]

August 12, 2015

Very pleased that recent video work Auroville Dream (Tales From the City) has been selected for Altered States curated by Toby Tatum and Mark French as part of this year’s Coastal Currents Festival Hastings & St Leonards, UK.

Altered States is an immersive multi-screen show of the latest experimental film and video work curated by the Hastings-based filmmakers Toby Tatum and Mark French. Altered States features moving image by over seventy of the most fascinating international moving image practitioners working today, much of it unseen in the UK.

This exhibition includes the fruits of a worldwide search for works that articulate film’s power to initiate heightened states of consciousness, transporting us across the threshold into a mind-expanding visionary state. The programme features a selection of cutting edge films that imaginatively reshape the base materials of the everyday world into something rich and strange.

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Venues and dates:

Electro Studios, Seaside Road, West St Leonards, TN38 0AL, UK

Sat 29 August from 6pm – 10pm
Sun 30 August from 2pm – 6pm

Continuing at Butlers Gap, George Street, Old Town, TN34 3EE, UK on Sat 5 September from 8pm

(Additonal venues to be announced soon)

For more information visit Coastal Currents website HERE

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Featured artists:

Michael Woods, Sandra Crisp, Atoosa Pour Hosseini, Diego Barrera, Ellen Wetmore, Maximilian Le Cain, Ema Čulík, Duncan Reekie, Helga Fannon, Alex Carmichael, Helena G M, Leslie Supnet, Juliette Liautaud, Patrick Rowan, Theo Tagholm, Sandra Bouguerch, Philip Sanderson, Guli Silberstein, Lucinda Wells, Shaun Blezard, Sirin Bahar Demirel, Maria Nino, Grant Petrey, Mike Stolz, Alex Dickson & Greg Adsley, Eden Mitsenmacher, Tessa Garland, Joseph Curran, Anita Spooner, David Ian Bickley, Laura Focarazzo, David Asher Brook, Jeannette Louie, Laurel Beckman, Josh Weissbach, Stephen Broomer, Dalia Huerta Cano, Andrew Littlejohn, Joel Cahen, Peter Rose, Helen Flanagan, Juan David Gonzalez Monroy, Enrique Piñuel, Stuart Pound, John Davis, Alex Hovet, Joe Banks (Disinformation), Ben Barton, Michael Fleming, Margarida Sardinha, Richard Ashrowan, Brice Bowman, Demian Skogr, Zachary Finkelstein, Asha Tamirisa, Nicholas Bunch, Gabriel Rud, Hans Lucas, Alisa Berger, Mirjam Bromundt, Pako Quijada, Josh Yates, Harold Charre, Evguenia Men, Michael Betancourt, Jason Bernagozzi, Mark Street, Chiara Ambrosia, Rui Hu, Kera MacKenzie, Caryn Cline, ana b. & nuno m. pereira, Callum Costello.

 View an excerpt from ‘Auroville Dream (Tales From the City)’ HERE

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