The afternoon will begin with a rough history of video art by artist and writer Chris Meigh-Andrews who also will chair the programme, followed by presentations by Larry Achiampong, Jane England, Keith Piper and Lois Keidan. The invited speakers will each present their own personal ideas and approaches to issues that are relevant to their practice and show visual examples of their work. This will be followed by an opportunity for further discussion about past, present and future of time-based media.
Dominic Pillai is a film director and video artist based in Folkestone. Taking a uniquely holistic approach to the moving image, Dominic aims to explore the therapeutic potential of the medium by creating work that blurs the boundaries between narrative, documentary and experimental film.
Imaging Time: Understanding Photography as Time-based Media Discussion launches the 2019 Strangelove festival. This event is brought to you by Strangelove and The Photographers’ Gallery, London.
The panel features Phoebe Boswell, Lucy Reynolds, Erica Scourti and Catherine Yass aims to explore the various relationships that photography has with, makes use of, and represents time.