Season 19 programme
Lindsay Perth: One Hundred Blinks
One hundred faces, aged 0 to 100, are shown in order of age; each face changing to the next during a blink. Filmed in slow motion at 200 frames per second Perth attempts to slow down time and gives us opportunity to celebrate each unique human being.
Filmed in Edinburgh and NHS Forth Valley, ‘One Hundred Blinks’ was made during a residency at NHS Forth Valley. Lindsay Perth – Director and Producer; Cameraman – Steven Cassidy; Cameraman – Andrew Begg; Sound – George Joseph Miller IV
Consuelo Radclyffe: GONE!
Mafalda may be small, but she’s not going to let anyone stand in the way of her pet-owning happiness. This fun animation was made in just two days by ceramic artist Consuelo Seixas Radclyffe with ‘Oliver’s Island’.
Bill Viola: Five Angels
In 2003 Bill Viola installed his ‘Five Angels for the Millennium’ at the Gasometer in Oberhausen where he participated at the new founded festival Ruhrtriennale. Filmmaker Ralph Goertz filmed during the set up. (nb this is the short version of the film)
A film by Ralph Goertz © IKS/Ralph Goertz
Martin Clark & Janice Parker: You said you liked the dancing
This work is a celebration of the impact of dance, music and art in people's lives. The film was made with members of a dementia support group in Stirling during a residency organised by MacRobert Arts Centre.
Anton Hecht: Angel Aberystwyth & other works
A second opportunity to see this lively and imaginative film work by artist Anton Hecht, made with the people and places of Aberystwyth; along with other of his recent works. Part of the digital project Connect 2; soundtrack courtesy Côr Meibion Aberystwyth.