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videoclub

Selected 12 (plus Q&A)

Thu 8 September 2022

Tickets no longer available

English subtitling

Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

A circular image of a woman's head with ginger hair, the same woman stands dancing, in front of 4 animated hands.

Image credit: Jessy Jetpacks, Icarus, 2020 (courtesy of the artist)

Selected 12 is a new collection of eight artists’ films touring the UK in 2022. Shortlisted artists for the 2021 Film London Jarman Award - Adham Faramawy and Guy Oliver, FLAMIN and videoclub have curated a thought-provoking programme that celebrates diverse filmmaking talent. Artists in the programme include: Sarah Gonnet, Sophie Hoyle, Jessy Jetpacks, Seo Hye Lee, April Lin, Laura Lulika, Jennifer Mehigan and Ker Wallwork.

Programme of work

Sarah Gonnet, Womb, 2018, 2:17 mins

Sophie Hoyle, Hyperacusis (Part 1), 2021, 7 mins

Jessy Jetpacks, Icarus, 2020, 3:57 mins

Seo Hye Lee, [sound of subtitles], 2021, 1:37 mins

April Lin, TR333, 2021, 10 mins

Laura Lulika, A leak, a draft, a mold, a flame, 2022, 9 mins

Jennifer Mehigan, Honeysuckle Joyride, 2021, 12:37 mins

Ker Wallwork, small wet mouth, 2019, 12 mins

Laura Lulika in conversation

Artist Laura Lulika will be in conversation with videoclub's director, Jamie Wyld following the screening to talk about their film and work. Lulika is the maker of A leak, a draft, a mold, a flame, which appears in the Selected 12 programme.

Laura Lulika is a chronically sick and disabled queer artist, working predominantly with video, sound, writing and performance. Their practice explores themes of care, sexuality, labour, sickness and performativity in the everyday. Lulika’s work is inspired by that which is available to them when they spend long periods housebound, such as popular and digital culture as well as domestic spaces and local communities. They strive to work in interdependent formats which reflect the care needs of themselves and everyone they work with. Their practice involves the embodiment of unconventional care methods that are playful, inquisitive and which shed the layers of shame that are attached to othered bodies.

Produced by videoclub and Film London Artists' Moving Image Network. Supported by Arts Council England and Film London.

videoclub

videoclub is an artists’ moving image platform showing artists’ work across the UK and internationally. We support artists through curated programmes, engaging the public through screenings, exhibitions, talks, residencies, and commissions.

www.videoclub.org.uk

Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network

Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) supports London-based artists working in moving image, working in partnership to deliver a comprehensive programme including production award schemes, regular screenings, talks and events, as well as the prestigious annual Film London Jarman Award.

www.filmlondon.org.uk/flamin

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Details

Event Type

Film

Location

Cinema

Time

7:30pm — 9:00pm

Doors open: 7:15pm

Ages

15+

Ticketing

Tickets: £0/2/4/6

Accessibility

English subtitling

Wheelchair accessible

Tickets no longer available

Additional info:

Subtitled in English; one of the films has references to self harm.