In this second event in Northern Film & Media's FILM CLUB strand for artist filmmakers, Steven Bode (Director, Film and Video Umbrella) will be in conversation with artist Karen Kramer, one of the recipients of the 2016 Jerwood/FVU Awards.
Their conversation will pivot on Karen’s Jerwood/FVU project, ‘The Eye That Articulates Belongs on Land’ – a piece that oscillates between past and present, illusion and reality, and the fluctuating thresholds of land and sea, to consider man’s complex interaction with the natural environment, and the marks we leave upon it, including the very concept of ‘nature’ itself.
Where: The Mining Institute, Neville Hall, Westgate Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE
When: Thurs 29th September, 6.00pm – 9.00pm
To register please click here. Registration closes at 2pm on the day of the event. Thanks to the support of our funders there is no charge to attend, but places are strictly limited and offered first come first served. You may register for up to two places but must specify the name and details of each guest individually for the registration to be valid.
One-to-one project development meetings with Steven Bode
As part of the wider FILM CLUB programme Steven Bode of FVU will be offering a number of developmental one-to-one meetings on 28th September. These are available by application. Click here for further details. These meetings are offered in partnership with The NewBridge Project as part of their ‘Practice makes Practice’ programme.
Read more about other forthcoming FILM CLUB activities on the project website.
Image: still from Karen Kramer, 'The Eye That Articulates Belongs on Land' (HD Video, 2016).