A Light Shines in the Darkness: Lancaster

10 Apr 2015 – 15 Apr 2015

Event times

Friday 10 April, 10am-8pm: 'Still Point', Suki Chan
Saturday 11 April, 10am-8pm: 'Uriel', Alexander & Susan Maris
Sunday 12 April, 1-5pm: 'Still Point', Suki Chan
Monday 13 April, 11am-7pm: 'Uriel', Alexander & Susan Maris
Tuesday 14 April, 11am-7pm: 'Still Point', Suki Chan
Wednesday 15 April, 10am-7pm: 'Uriel', Alexander & Susan Maris

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Film and Video Umbrella showcases recent works by acclaimed film and video artists at historic church sites across England.


A Light Shines in the Darkness is a new touring exhibition in which six artists’ films will travel to churches and cathedrals around the country, re-illuminating inspiring public spaces and prompting viewers to see the locations in which the works are sited in a different light.

The staging at the Church of St John, Lancaster, will exhibit ‘Uriel’ by Alexander & Susan Maris as well as ‘Still Point’ by Suki Chan.

A project by Film and Video Umbrella in partnership with The Churches Conservation Trust and curator, Paul Bayley. Supported by Arts Council England.

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Suki Chan

Alexander & Susan Maris

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Film and Video Umbrella

Film and Video Umbrella


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