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Hanging Out, Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2019
16 November 2019 until 17 November 2019
Tramway, 25 Albert Drive, G41 2PE
Hanging Out, this year’s artist moving image festival, is programmed by artists Emmie McLuskey, Ima-Abasi Okon and Kimberley O’Neill. As part of their ongoing conversation, the programmers have continually returned to what it means to ‘hang outside’ typical moving image conventions and social structures. The work included in the festival explores themes of repetition, memorial, outside-ness and gesture. The themes listed attempt to articulate a praxis whereby an operation of hanging out is evidenced in film as a network of elements.
Hanging Out includes live performances, screenings, installations and workshops, featuring contributions by Peggy Ahwesh, Basma Alsharif, Ain Bailey, Eric Baudelaire, Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, Jude Browning, Abigail Child, Tony Cokes, Julie Dash, Adam Farah, Aslan Ġoisum, Seamus Harahan, Jess Higgins, Joe Howe, Steffani Jemison, Anneke Kampman, Cait McKinney & Hazel Meyer, Ekta Mittal & Yashaswini Raghunandan, Babette Mongolte, Rory Pilgrim, Ulysses Jenkins, Lauren La Rose, Carolyn Lazard, Kalup Linzy, Jimmy Robert, Cauleen Smith, Rhea Storr, Joyce Wieland and Steina & Woody Vasulka.
Flop to the Floor: a performance lecture, is a newly commissioned work by Glasgow based artist and writer Jude Browning. Exploring notions of female vocality and expectations of formal public address, the script is taken from Browning’s PhD thesis Mouthwork: Staged Presentation and Laboured Expression and draws on the Scottish drag artist Diane Torr, the early 90’s monologues of Karen Finley and Lydia Lunch’s satirical screenplay Psychomenstrum (1989/93).
A new iteration of Adaptive Rhythm by London based artist Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, the project, centred around a pre-recorded video of a martial artist/stunt person, incorporates percussion from around the world through live recording. Ain Bailey presents a sonic autobiography playback session, based on the ‘Epiphanies’ column that she was invited to write for the December 2019 issue of The Wire magazine. Expect sounds of disco, unbridled joy, grief and more.
Throughout the festival, artists’ moving image is presented in thematic clusters, including Rat Life and Diet in North America by Joyce Wieland screened on 16mm; Le education sentimentale by Jimmy Robert; a selection of short pieces dispersed throughout the programme by Adam Farah and Seamus Harahan; and Babette Mangolte’s feature length film Camera : Je, La Camera. The festival includes Eric Baudelaire’s 2019 feature length film Un film Dramatique, Baudelaire’s work made collaboratively with students from the film group at Dora Maar middle school in Saint-Denis, France, was shot over a period of four years and follows the young film makers as they become the authors and subjects of the film. We are delighted to feature to the Scottish premiere of Rory Pilgrim’s Visual Album Software Garden. Centred on emancipatory concerns, Pilgrim’s work aims to challenge the very nature of how we come together, speak, listen and strive for social change through sharing and voicing personal experience.
Saturday will culminate in a party at Queens Park Bowling Club with DJ sets by Poisonous Relationship and junglehussi, 8pm–12am, free entry.
LUX Scotland and Tramway are committed to increasing accessibility. If there is anything we can do to make it easier for you to attend AMIF 2019, or if you have any questions, thoughts or feedback around access at Tramway and for AMIF, please feel free contact David Upton, Programme Manager at LUX Scotland: firstname.lastname@example.org
AMIF 2019 includes captions for D/deaf & hard of hearing audiences, British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation, rumble packs and Audio Description (AD) for many events, supported by Film Hub Scotland’s Access Fund. See individual event listings and schedule for more information. An access guide will be available from the Tramway Box Office and on this webpage soon.
Festival venue: Tramway, 25 Albert Dr, Glasgow, G41 2PE
How to get to Tramway:
Train: the nearest train station is Pollokshields East (full flight of stairs, no lift available).
Bus: the nearest bus stop is on Pollokshaws Road, served by buses 3, 4, 29, 38, 57/A, 59, 103, 129.
Parking: Free on-street parking available, no designated Blue Badge bays. A drop-off space in front of the building is available; contact Box Office for assistance 0845 330 3501.
Further information about venue access at Tramway can be found here.
After Party venue: Queens Park Bowling Club, 381 Langside Road, Glasgow, G42 8DA
How to get to Queens Park Bowling Club:
Train: the nearest train station is Queens Park and Crosshill (full flight of stairs, no lift available).
Bus: the nearest bus stop is on Langside Road, served by buses 4/A, 5, 6, 38/B/C/E, 57/A.
Parking: free car park available.
Running alongside the screenings and performances will be a space for gathering and hanging out in T4, including research materials and works pivotal to the formation of the programmes themes. This informal space for further reading and exploration is free to enter throughout Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday 16 November 2019
All blocks on Saturday include BSL introduction. All films on Saturday will be captioned, BSL interpreted and/or include a sound description as part of BSL introduction, and roaming BSL interpretation available, see Box Office. A limited number of rumble packs are available for all the blocks on Saturday, except Balcony features, ask at the Box Office. Audio Description (AD) headsets available from the Box Office.
11am–12pm – T1
Introduction by programmers Ima-Abasi Okon, Emmie McLuskey, Kimberley O’Neill (Live captioned and BSL interpreted)
REGNORTS (N22 MOMENTATION MIX), Adam Farah, 2019 (3 min 44 sec) (BSL performance)
RIP RichD Dancing in the Rain Oakland Street, YAK FILMS, 2009 (3 min 56 sec)
Brendan’s Test, Seamus Harahan, 2010 (1 min 40 sec)
Recipe for Disaster, Carolyn Lazard, 2017 (28 min) (Captioned and Audio Described)
BREAK (15 min)
12.15–1.15pm – T1
Presence, Ekta Mittal & Yashaswini Raghunandan (17 min) (Hindi with English subtitles)
Mr and Mrs Compost, Seamus Harahan, 2013 (1 min 28 sec)
COME INTO THE RISE, Adam Farah (3 min) (Captioned)
Rat Life and Diet in North America, Joyce Wieland, 1968 (16 min 03 sec) (BSL and Audio Described)
Evil, Tony Cokes, 2003 (10 min 56 sec) (contains strobing)
Mutiny, Abigail Child, 1982 (11 min) (Captioned)
BREAK (1 hour 15 min)
2.30–4pm – BALCONY
The Camera: Je, La Camera: I, Babette Mangolte, 1977 (88 min) (French and English with subtitles)
4.15–5.15pm – T1
ends portals / pull up (MOMENTATIONS), Adam Farah (1 min 48 sec)
Intro to Bee-ing Sequential Spectrum [Cold Open] , Seamus Harahan, 2012 (1 min)
Mass of Images, Ulysses Jenkins, 1978 (5 min) (Captioned)
Turkish Delight, Basma Alsharif, 2010 (3 min) (contains strobing)
Slumberparty, Cait McKinney and Hazel Meyer, 2018 (25 min 33 sec) (Captioned and Audio Described)
Before Adaptive Rhythm, Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, 2018 (20 min)
BREAK (15 min)
5.30–7pm – T1
Flop to the Floor — Jude Browning, 2019 (45 min) (Live Captioned and BSL)
Martina’s Playground — Peggy Ahwesh, 1989 (30 min) (Captioned)
8pm–12am – Queens Park Bowling Club
PARTY – DJs Poisonous Relationship and junglehussi
Sunday 17 November 2019
A limited number of rumble packs are available for all the blocks on Sunday, except Balcony features, ask at the Box Office. Audio Description (AD) headsets available from the Box Office.
10.30am–1.30pm – WORKSHOP SPACE
Cine Stories Workshop – Ain Bailey (3 hour)
11.00am–1pm – BALCONY
Un Film Dramatique, Eric Baudelaire, 2019 (1 hour 45 min) (Captioned)
LUNCH (1 hour)
2pm–2.50pm – T1
Untitled (A Momentation 4 Saul), Adam Farah (3 min 44 sec)
Junkanoo Talk, Rhea Storr, 2017 (11 min 36 sec)
L’education Sentimentale, Jimmy Robert, 2005 (5 min 34 sec) (silent)
Lillith, Steina & Woody Vasulka, 1982 (9 min 13 sec)
H-E-L-L-O, Cauleen Smith, 2015 (11 min)
BREAK (10 min)
3–3.55pm – T1
Ride to Da Club, Kalup Linzy, 2002 (5 min) (Captioned)
Gay Bond, Lauren La Rose, 2019 (15 min) (Captioned)
Relatives, Julie Dash, 1989 (11 min) (Captioned)
Escaped Lunatic, Steffani Jemison, 2010-11 (7 min 42 sec) (Captioned)
Scynthian Journey, Aslan Ġoisum, 2019 (13 min 48 sec)
4.10–5.00pm – T1
Software Garden, Rory Pilgrim (51 min) (Captioned)
5.10–6pm – T1
i catch a rare vole, Jessica Higgins, 2019 (programmed by Joe Howe) (13 min)
Dead. Air. Management., Anneke Kampmann, 2018 (programmed by Joe Howe) (14 min 36 sec)
Adaptive Rhythm, Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, 2018 (30 min)
6.10–6.50pm – T1
Sonic Autobiography Playback Session, Ain Bailey (40 min)
How to book
Tickets are available to purchase in person from Tramway Box Office. You can also call 0845 330 3501 or book online (transaction fee £1.75 online, plus optional £1 postage). Book online for Saturday here. Book online for Sunday here.
When booking a Festival Pass online, please select a ticket for Saturday and Sunday and the discount will be applied at checkout.
Cine Stories: A Workshop Exploring Sound, Memory and the Moving Image with Ain Bailey. Free, but ticketed. Book via Eventbrite.
Artists Moving Image Festival 2019 is supported by Screen Scotland’s Film Festival’s Fund and Film Hub Scotland Access Fund.