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Vintage Moving Image for Beginners
10:00 on 6 July 2019
Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover
Ever wondered how film was edited prior the arrival of the digital age? In this class anyone will be able to become an avant-garde film-maker.
This is a rare opportunity to work with film reel and use your hands and simple tools to create experimental marks, scratches and colourings that will create unique dance of shapes during our end of the workshop screening and discussion.
The workshop will start with an introduction to experimental film-making with short screenings of selected artists to start the imagination working. Then the participants will be given their analogue film reels with an existing filmed material to edit as they please.
Materials, examples and assistance will be provided to create your own unique film edit. At the end of the workshop we will screen each other’s art works and have a short discussion after.
Learning about experimental cinema
Learning how to hand edit analogue film
Experience in setting up analogue film projector
Gaining experience in discussing other people’s works and receive feedback about your own
Marija Nemcenko is a Lithuanian artist working in Glasgow. She received her MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 2016 and BA (hons) in Sculpture from Camberwell College of Arts, London in 2013. Recent presentations of her work include: Berlin Project Space Festival 2018 and Glasgow International 2018. Marija has recently been nominated to participate in the A.M Qattan Residency programme in Ramallah, Palestine. As part of her artistic practice Marija runs educational activities both nationally and internationally, including Project Ability in Glasgow and L’Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels in Marrakech, Morocco. Her workshops are often situated between the experience of practicing creative thinking as well as learning new skills.