FLUX Social: Multiplicity

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FLUX Social: Multiplicity 15th October 2019 7.30 - 10.30 Library London

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Contemporary Media Arts are not only characterised by diversity of underlying questions, contexts and concepts, but also by multiplicity of practices: Whether through light art, sculpture and virtual experiences (Esther Rolinson,), holographic projection and cinematographic strategies (Laura Jean Healey), through sound concept art (Ro Greengrass) or by creating a forum for creative explorations (Oskar OK Krajewski with ‘Mars and Beyond’), at the upcoming FLUX Social, media artists discuss multiplicities of creative potentials.

Join us at our FLUX Social, a forum for discussion, exchange of ideas and presentation of new projects – curated by Oliver Gingrich:

Tuesday, 15th of October, Library Club London.

- with artists Esther Rolinson, Laura Jean Healey, Ro Greengrass and Oskar OK Krajewski , hosted by Maria Almena, Aphra Shemza and Oliver Gingrich

Contemporary Media Arts are not only characterised by diversity of underlying questions, contexts and concepts, but also by multiplicity of practices: Whether through light art, sculpture and virtual experiences (Esther Rolinson,), holographic projection and cinematographic strategies (Laura Jean Healey), through sound concept art (Ro Greengrass) or by creating a forum for creative explorations (Oskar OK Krajewski with ‘Mars and Beyond’), at the upcoming FLUX Social, media artists discuss multiplicities of creative potentials. Join us at our FLUX Social, a forum for discussion, exchange of ideas and presentation of new projects – curated by Oliver Gingrich: Tuesday, 15th of October, Library Club London. with Esther Rolinson, Laura Jean Healey, Ro Greengrass and Oskar OK Krajewski

Ro Greengrass

A laundry cycle takes thirty minutes. Thirty minutes to stare into the spinning drum and think about the grey space that occupies your insides. In midnight_laundry, supercomputer aims to capture that feeling of the tumble, buttons on metal, a penny that falls through the slats and into the void of the algorhythm. Layered vocals, intertwined rhythms and sparkling synths merge together to form a soft blanket of audio-uncertainty. - just something to listen to while the clothes are drying.

Ro Greengrass (They/Him) is a non-binary Artist, Musician and Filmmaker based in

London. http://geocities.ws/supercomputer/

Oskar OK Krajewski

Oskar OK Krajewski will present the concept for a show called Mars & Beyond. The event will take place this February/March at Bargehouse, a spacious venue located in Central London. The show will interlink two very important topics; Sustainability+survival on Earth and space ventures. Through this unique, artistic and immersive experience, we will look for solutions and try to predict our future which may not look too optimistic. ….but, we believe that Art can play an important role in our survival!

https://youtu.be/3tD4Nlv7380

Laura Jean Healey

Laura Jean Healey is an award winning Artist and Filmmaker. Having received a First Class BA Honours from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, where she specialised in 16mm film and installation, Laura has continued to inform her artistic practice by working within the film industry as a camera technician, where she was mentored by the BSC Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey and works closely with both the Camera and VFX departments on high profile projects. Inspired by her extensive experience and technical understanding, Laura uses digital film technologies to explore the nature of the cinematic experience. In particular, her work examines the role and objectification of the female form within the screen, the inherent paradoxical nature of cinema exhibition, and the desire it raises within the spellbound spectator. Laura produced the very first underwater, slow motion, holographic film installation, The Siren. The film was awarded the Passion for Freedom Gold Film Award, for it’s artist value and powerful visual message embodying the freedom of women’. Laura Jean Healey will be presenting her newest project ‘The (Un)Holy Trinity’

https://greenlit.fund/project/unholy-trinity

Esther Rolinson

Esther Rolinson is a British visual artist who explores the use of new media technology as well as long-established artistic languages such as drawing and sculpture. She studied Visual and Performing Arts at Brighton University graduating in 1993. At the start of her career, Rolinson conceived installations for dance performances. The immersive environments she designed as theatrical scenes expanded and gained autonomy. She then created large scale installations, public artworks and sculptural structures that involve the viewer and invites the audience to participate in the artistic experience. Over the last 20 years, she has worked nationally and internationally, making permanent and temporary public space commissions. She has exhibited in museums, galleries, art centres and festivals and has a long list of solo and group shows. Esther Rolinson is an award-winning artist and has artworks in prominent collections such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. In 2016 she won the Lumen Prize Sculpture and 3D Awards and the ArtChi First Prize San Jose Calafornia. Recently, she was appointed the lead artist for new a £80 million building in the Musgrove Park Hospital, in Taunton, England. Her forthcoming solo exhibition is at the Anise Gallery in London, in November 2019.

http://www.estherrolinson.co.uk

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