Interval II will be shown at a festival exploring how contemporary artists use the language of art as a tool to change reality. Curators Leyly Aslanova and Maria Sigutina invited a group of international artists to reflect on the role inhabitants of urban spaces play in creating relationships between past, present and future.
16thLINE Gallery, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 1 - 14 August 2013
Dalston House Screenings: London Artists' Films
Week 2: There and Here
Interval, Interval II & Sleep Walk Sleep Talk will be screened together for the first time.
A series of artists’ film programmes, which engage with themes prompted by Dalston House and the Capital, from domestic space through street life and surveillance to the Thames, curated by Gareth Evans
London Premiere of Still Point, Suki's most recent film that engages with sacred spaces and places of pilgrimage.
"Whilst filming in sacred sites in Jerusalem, I was struck by how some parts of the city have two names, one in Hebrew and the other in Arabic. How one population can ‘unsee’ another group. How one part of the city is closed off to another group – by borders which are sometimes physical and sometimes psychological."
"Still Point" to have London Premier at Whitechapel Art Gallery, Samantha Tse, Artinfo
Revolutionary Voices: Suki Chan's A Hundred Sea Rising, Marius Kwint, Asian Art Review In Israel, Mixed Media Artist Explores How A Space Becomes A Place,
Rachel Marder,Jerusalem Post Sleep Walk Sleep Talk, Paul O'Kane,Third Text The Space Between, Pamela Kember, Third Text Sleep Walk Sleep Talk, Guardian Guide Sleep Walk Sleep Talk,e-flux Shadows have shadowsNewspaper A Foundation newsletter, interview with and Steven Bode, director of Film and Video Umbrella Q & A