With over 450 illustrations
You are invited to join us for the launch of a new publication, and a reading among images.
Saturday 30 September 2017
5 – 7pm
3 Ravenscroft Street
RSVP | Numbers are limited to 30
With over 450 illustrations brings together two projects in conversation with each other, opening a correspondence, and a desire to connect in order to make and share work. The event includes a launch of ALF (Anna Lucas, Leanne Turvey and Frances Scott)’s book, Slow Reveal (2017) and Mónica Rivas Velásquez’s, I want to write to you like someone learning (2017), and will be hosted in Mónica’s studio. This space also incorporates a photographic film-processing lab, which will be in use throughout the course of the evening. The event will conclude with an in-conversation with Joyce Cronin, co-Director of The Bower.
It works as a gentle but profound calling, a flattened stone laid out to cross the stream, this alluding to another person, and turns her poem into a conversation between […] friends.
Leanne Turvey, ‘Fireflies’, Slow Reveal (ALF, 2017)
Drinks and darkroom installation
— 5.30pm – 6pm
Mónica Rivas Velásquez reading I want to write to you like someone learning, with projection and prints.
— 6.15pm – 6.45pm
ALF (Anna Lucas, Leanne Turvey, Frances Scott) readings from Slow Reveal, and ongoing screenings of Anna Lucas, Opi 21, Oopsy Daisy, Tiger Lily (2014) and Frances Scott, Apex (2014), with an in-conversation with Joyce Cronin, co-Director of The Bower, a new space opening in South London incorporating a gallery, bookshop and publication studio.
— 6.45pm – 7pm
Drinks and closing. Please feel free to join us afterwards for a drink at the Royal Oak, Columbia Road.
Slow Reveal is published by ALF, designed by Cameron Leadbetter, Shining Studio, and copy edited by Eileen Daly. It is supported by Tintype Gallery, London and De Montfort University, Leicester.
I curated this screening as part of Little City Studio a day of artists moving image at Phoenix, Leicester. I invited Frances Scott to show her recent film Diviner alongside Keira Greene who showed a work in progress, using a performative gesture with an object in place of sections of missing film for a new work Yolk. The screening room was set up with Live Collage, using photocopies from books lent by De Montfort University Library.
Art School showing within this group show.
Jo Addison, Buffet d’art, Rachel Cattle, Jenny Dunseath, Adam Gillam, Brian Griffiths, Mark Harris, Kevin Hunt, Hollington & Kyprianou, Dean Kenning, Natasha Kidd, Neill Kidgell, John Lawrence, Anna Lucas, Mary Maclean, Zoë Mendelson, Max Mosscrop, Harold Offeh, Alex Schady, Bob & Roberta Smith, Kate Squires, Emma Talbot, Mandy Ure, Roxy Walsh, We Are Publication, Michelle Williams Gamaker
2 November – 2 December 2017
Work Work brings together artists who generate part of their income from their involvement in art education. Full-time, fractional, freelance, fixed term; what does it mean to fluctuate between doing work and making it in the orbit of the art school?
With the premise that the works in the exhibition manifest something of the synthesis of teaching and making, the schedule of events will tease out that relationship further.
I invited artist Frances Scott and curator Stacy Boldrick to work with me on a reading from new publication Slow Reveal as part of Leicester Arts Week.
The event went really well. It was an intimate and appropriate environment with DMU darkroom print technician Jim Boulton creating 16×20″ black and white prints from overlays of 35mm negatives taken by Frances and me.
We followed the reading with a discussion with Stacy against a backdrop of Opi 21, and Apex, and also got an opportunity to show a version of our colour double exposure print One Second Feature for the first time.
Friday 10th Nov 12.30-2.30pm
VJP Darkroom 4.56 & VJP 5.55
Leicester School of Art
De Montfort University
Artists Frances Scott and Anna Lucas will be presenting Slow Reveal with readings and live printing in the photographic darkroom at De Montfort University, followed by a discussion about the role of conversation within artist’s practice, with curator Stacy Boldrick (Art Museum and Gallery Studies, (AMAGS) Leicester University).
Slow Reveal is a publication and conversation by ALF; artists Anna Lucas and Frances Scott with essay by curator Leanne Turvey, around the production of two films: Anna Lucas’s Opi 21, Oopsy Daisy, Tiger Lily and Frances Scott’s Apex, which were both commissioned by Tintype Gallery, London as part of the ESSEX ROAD programme.
Numbers are limited to 20 in the darkroom
This event is part of Leicester Arts Week
Film stills, L - R: Keira Greene, Yolk (2017); Frances Scott Diviner (2017)
You are invited to join us for
From an ox to an egg
Artist Anna Lucas curates From an ox to an egg, an event including a performance towards the making of a new film, Yolk (2017) by Keira Greene, and screening of Diviner (2017), a film by Frances Scott.
Yolk (2017) explores human attempts to understand and communicate the actuality, meaning and implication of deep time and its relation to the temporal experience and physicality of the moving human body. Diviner (2017) is structured as a visual and aural script, formed almost entirely from moving image material held in the South West Film and Television Archives. The work proposes histories that inflect upon the present, as spectral, contemporary scribes. The performance and screening will be followed by both artists discussing their processes of expanded production, the intersections between their practices, and how artists might act as a conduit for ideas. The event will be underscored by Live Collage, an evolving resource of text and image material selected by Anna Lucas and Frances Scott, on loan from De Montfort University library.
Little City Studio is a day-long festival of films, discussions and performances exploring process, production and performance in artists moving image from the perspective of provincial urban centres like Leicester in conjunction with the ICA’s Art and Screen Network Programme.
From an ox to an egg forms part of the ‘Moving Image Day: Little City Studio‘ at the Phoenix during Leicester Art Week.
Yolk incorporates an architectural collaboration with artist Tim Mitchell.
Diviner was created for the Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2017, a partnership between Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University, the South West Film and Television Archive and The Box, Plymouth.
Delighted to be part of this really valuable day of presentation and discussion. Invited by #KierenReed and
I showed Art School but then in the discussion ended up talking about Workshop and Art School Kingston
There were some fantastic, animated and honest presentations from others, lots of questions, and good post presentation discussion.
A lovely email from the organisers at late at Tate St Ives about an event they screened Opi 21, Oopsy Daisy, Tiger Lily.
What a treat to be showing next to you! It was a great night.
We had 447 visitors (a record for a Late at Tate here) who stayed, who saw the films (well, the 50 who could fit in the screening space!), came to the talks by Dr Bramwell, stayed with the dance by Kuldip Singh-Barmi, watched Chloe Cooper’s performance, etc, etc.
It went really well. So great to have such a strong programme to share with visitors, and colleagues here. Naomi and I recognise the confidence this gives us as curators and for me particularly, I know it will play a crucial role in influencing the flavour of programming for the future at the gallery.
Our favourite quote on the night ‘This is the first time this Tate has felt like ‘Tate”!
Thank you Anna.
Best wishes, Mel.
Learning Curator, Tate St Ives