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  • FIona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

    FIona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

    Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling
    10 October 2015 – 17 January 2016
    Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

    Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling is the most comprehensive exhibition to date of work by British artist Fiona Banner. Ikon represents key early projects alongside recent and unseen works that span a period of 25 years.

    To accompany Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling Banner has published a major new book which focuses on related material from her personal archive, compiled over the last 25 years. She has also designed her own typeface for the first time, used across Ikon print and signage for the duration of her exhibition. Font also appears at Banner’s exhibition at Frith Street Gallery, London (18 September – 31 October 2015).

  • Massimo Bartolini: Whale Inn

    Massimo Bartolini: Whale Inn

    Whale Inn at Casa Saldarini
    10-11 October 2015
    Baratti, Provincia di Livorno

    A contamination between art and architecture taking place at Vittorio Giorgini Casa Balena (Whale House). Bartolini’s site-specific intervention reveals and highlights the original wavy floor of Casa Balena, fostering a sense of displacement and weirdness which are amplified by a lonely pet of Thomas Grünfeld, which inhabit the house.

  • Chantal Akerman

    Chantal Akerman

    Pioneering Belgian film director and artist.


  • Tacita Dean Screenings at the BFI London Film Festival

    Tacita Dean Screenings at the BFI London Film Festival

    Event for a Stage, 2015
    The experimental document of four unusual performances staged by artist Tacita Dean and actor Stephen Dillane.

    Saturday 10 October 2015 17:00
    TATE Modern

    Friday 16 October 2015 13:15
    BFI Southbank, NFT3

    Tickets available via the BFI wesbite.

    LFF Connects
    Tacita Dean in conversation with Christopher Nolan
    Friday 9 October, BFI Southbank

  • Bridget Smith Film for National Poetry Day

    Bridget Smith Film for National Poetry Day

    On the occasion of National Poetry Day this October 8th, our artist Bridget Smith makes headline news as she creates a film for Stephen Hawking in which he reads a poem especially written for him by poet Sarah Howe.

    Hawking’s synthesised voice counterposes the physical terror of waking “brushed by panic in the dark” with the intellectual power of quantum physics. “They say/ a flash seen from on and off a hurtling train/ will explain why time dilates like a perfect/ afternoon,” he says, asking “If we can think/ this far, might not our eyes adjust to the dark?”

    Watch the film here:

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