Exhibition

Frame Shift

17 Mar 2017 – 18 Mar 2017

Event times

Exhibition: 12 - 6pm

Cost of entry

FREE

Folkestone
Kent, United Kingdom

Travel Information

  • Folkestone Bus Station
  • Folkestone Central

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Frame Shift is presented by Analogue Ensemble as part of the Strangelove Festival of time-based media 2017. An exhibition of four artists working across animation, video and film.

About

The programme for the Strangelove Festival brings together four UK artists; Suky Best, Jamie Jenkinson, Alex Jukes and Jennifer Nightingale in an installation of film, video and moving sculptural works.

In each of these works there is an enquiry of the material nature of moving image.

Jamie JenkinsonsFan on Fan (2017) uses an ordinary desk fan to question perception and the mechanics of digital video, motion and colour offering a new form for consideration. Suky Bests Alwyn Park House (2011) is an animated looped film installation depicting a constructed stately house where birds seem at home in a domestic scene devoid of humans. A single frame of film is advanced by the act of knitting in Jennifer NightingalesKnitting a Frame. A work where knitter, machine and structure mesh.  Alex Jukes Primitive 1sets out to explore the material nature of CGI” using basic geometric shapes as seen in the early pioneers of experimental film.

Jamie Jenkinson will be giving an artists talk on Saturday 18th March starting at 2.30pm.  FREE entry but booking advised:

http://www.strangelovelondon.uk/sessions/q-a-with-analogue-ensemble/

 

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Curators

Joseph Dance

Cathy Rogers

Cathy Rogers

Exhibiting artists

Jamie Jenkinson

Alex Jukes

Suky Best

Jennifer Nightingale

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