A collaborative film produced by participants on the second day of ‘Autumn School’, October 2013, lead by Anna Lucas in collaboration with artists Giles Eldridge and Frances Scott.
Autumn School aimed to share how the artists practice and processes are informed by photographic imagery. Studio and gallery-based sessions focused on an engagement with still and moving image work through re-interpreting, juxtaposition, documentation and dissemination. Central to the School was an engagement with the idea of the conditions we need to produce, setting the context for artistic production and interacting with the role of euphoria in the act of making alongside cinema and its influences on art practice.
The three-day course was held at Tate Modern, and curated by Leanne Turvey and Melanie Stidolph as part of the ‘Schools and Teachers’ programme.