The event takes the theme of ‘process’ as its stimulus, bringing together three works set in London which each touch on regeneration, change and renewal in this fast-paced, complex city.
Suki Chan surveys London around the clock, meeting a selection of people to explore their approach to an urban existence. Alice May Williams poetically narrates the changing face of Battersea Power Station, and Melanie Manchot collaborates with the community of Cyprus Street in London’s East End to look at the rich history of the area’s street parties.
Read more about each film in the line-up here: http://www.fvu.co.uk/whats-on/current-coming-up/film-and-video-umbrella-at-sideshow
Please note that refunds and/or changes to your ticket are available up to 7 days.
Film and Video Umbrella commissions, curates, produces and presents artists’ moving-image works that are staged in collaboration with galleries and other cultural partners. Since the late 1980s, FVU has been at the forefront of this vibrant and expanding area of practice, promoting innovation through its support of some of the most exciting figures on the contemporary scene. During this time, the organisation has commissioned and produced nearly 200 different artists’ projects, ranging from ambitious multi-screen installations to shorter film and video pieces, as well as numerous online commissions.