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Northern Film & Media’s FILM CLUB: Lindsay Seers
Film Screening and Discussion
Nowhere Less Now⁵
When: Tuesday 31st January 6:00pm-9:00pm
Where: The NewBridge Project Space, 12 NewBridge Street West, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 8AW
What constitutes the artistic practice of Lindsay Seers is not mere storytelling, but a matrix where there is no formal separation between the conceptual investigation of the act of photography, the camera as apparatus, the common desire for film and photography to act as evidence of events, and the complex historical and personal synchronicities of events themselves.
During this screening Seers will be talking about the method and process of how she makes her episodic works. We will have the opportunity to see Nowhere Less Now⁵ along a selection of new works which will be followed by the opportunity to chat to the artist over drinks.
FILM CLUB has been formulated with a consciousness to develop and enrich the cultural platform of moving image and provide emerging and mid career artists with support in this field. We have created opportunities where conversations and workshops with key practitioners may not only give insight into their working methods, concepts and processes but also aid in the professional development of those practicing in the arts.
Registration closes at 2pm on the day of the event. Thanks to the support of NFM’s funders there is no charge to attend, but places are strictly limited and offered first come first served. You may register for up to two places but must specify the name and details of each guest individually for the registration to be valid.
If you would like to find out more about NFM’s FILM CLUB programme click here.
Film Club is supported by Arts Council England
Northern Film & Media is supported by the European Regional Development Fund
Northern Film & Media has been funded by the European Regional Development Fund Creative Industries Business Support and Development Programme 2014-20. The ERDF programme is bringing over £300m into the North East to support innovation, enterprise and business support across the region. This is partly funded by the European Commission.