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B3 – ON DESIRE

With the key topic ON DESIRE, B3 will in fall 2017 reflect on the latest trends relating to the moving image in art and media from a political, technological and aesthetic perspective.  Desire as yearning, wish, lust or hope and its translation into moving images will be explored in an artistic, social, political, sociopolitical and historical perspective and critically examined. . . .

VIDEONALE.16 Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts 2017

The 16th Videonale - Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts, this year took place under the title PERFORM! The exhibitions at the Kunstmuseum Bonn featured recent works by a total of 43 international artists

KINO DER KUNST 2017

a worldwide unique combination of film festival and art exhibition, held its third edition in April 2017. Movie theatres and museums all over Munich presented an International Competition as well as special focuses, artists talks, smposions and multi-channel installations.

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Anita Beckers selection of videos for Independent Collector

In an exclusive interview with IC she talks about the technological progress that keeps reinventing the genre and her different roles she faces as a collector, gallerist and curator.

Artemovendo – in collaboration with Goethe Institut Porto Alegre

The video works shown in Artemovendo present a morphology of ambiguous entities, creatures or technical devices. Natural environments are contrasted with artificial, fully computer-designed worlds. Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish whether we have been invited to take a look at the outside world or into a laboratory; even dimensions appear to be chosen arbitrarily. Or do we happen to be entering a microscopically small universe that has been magnified many times over?

"Ajonjolí y otros moles"
Chance, Observation and a Poetics of the Personal

A series of pieces which deal with chance and observation of the every day; that which in our perception is hidden unless we slow down and take a closer look.

Stiftung imai – inter media art institute

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William Bishop-Stephens + Christopher Eales

Works


Biography

Will Bishop-Stephens


BA Fine Art, Sculpture
MA Animation (Royal College of Art)

FIilmography

• ‘Two Films About Loneliness’ Co-Director/Producer/Writer/Animator, 2014
with TheNameIsNotImportant. Supported by the British Council.
Screenings: Oberhausen Internationale Kurzfilmtage • Hamburg Internationale
Kurzfilmtage • Edinburgh International Film Festival • Encounters Short Film
Festival • Warsaw Film Festival.
ARTE, international television transmission, 2014
• ‘Kid Carpet- Such Fun’, Director/Animator 2007
• “The Adventures of John and John” Graduate Film, RCA, 2006.
Writer, Director, Animator.

Selected exhibitions

• Solo Show: Bath Spa University Gallery, 2011
• ‘Displacement Activities’ THENAMEISNOTIMPORTANT. Residency and Exhibition,
Stables Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham. 2009
• ‘Big Small People Project’ Curator, Pheonix Theatre, Animated Exeter, 2007
• Going Wrong.
Solo Show: Sculpture, Drawings and Prints.
CBAT Gallery,
Bute Street,
Cardiff, March-April 2003
• Spike Island Open Studios
Sculpture and Print and Animation
Annual Open Studios event, with over 100 artists exhibiting,
attracting over 5000 people.
Bristol, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004.
Artist Trustee 2003-4
• Amaste
Installation and Video,
Amaste Gallery, Bilbao, 1996

Prices

* 3rd Prize, McLaren Award, Edinburgh Festival.
* Best Student Film at Animé Caribe 2006, Trinidad and Tobago,
* Jury Prize at the E-Magicians Festival, Paris,
* Film grant from the Fondation Jean-Luc Lagardère.
* Audience Prize, International Screening 3, L.I.A.F, 2007

Artist residencies, community projects

Selections from a large number of workshops for children and young adults.
• ‘Making Changes’ Animation Workshops and Film for Amber Foundation, a
residential charity offering a fresh start to homeless young adults. Widening
Participation, UCA Farnham, June/July 2012
• ‘STAR young carers’ ‘Skillway’ and Teachers Introduction to Stop Motion
workshops, UCA Farnham, 2012
• ‘Dad Days’, A series of three animation workshops as part of a project for fathers
and children under 5 years, fostering creative play and interaction. Mortlake,
2012
• ‘Octogon Club’ An annual series of animation workshops as part of an ongoing
project for young people with a range of profound learning difficulties, Orleans
House Gallery, 2008-2012
• Animation Summer School, Director/Workshop Leader, Farnham Maltings,
2010-2011
• Portugal Prints- Leading outreach for three major RA exhibitions with ‘Mind’, the
mental health charity, Westminster Council and Royal Academy of Art, Access
Dept. 2010- 2011
• InPerson- Life Drawing for people with access needs.
Audio Description and workshop
Core Trust (Drug Rehabilitation) guided visit and workshop
All for 2011 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, Access Dept. 2011
• A series of Animation Workshops for 11-16yrs at the Victoria & Albert Museum,
2009
• Workshop Leader, Film and Video Workshop, Introduction to Animation
Workshops and Flash animation Workshops, in partnership with 5 local schools
2008
• Workshop Leader, Introduction to Stop-Motion, Anime Caribe, Trinidad and
Tobago 2007
• Artist-In-Residence, Sculpture workshops, Hounslow Pupil Referral Unit. 2002
• Artist-In-Residence, Clarendon Special Needs School and Orleans House Gallery,
Richmond. Project Awarded National Children’s Art Day Award, Tate Modern.
2001

Publications

• ‘Wrongboy’s History of Earth’, Will Bishop-Stephens, Walker Books Ltd, ISBN
0744586445, 2004
!5
• ‘The Modern Conversation Grammar/108 Sofas’ Will Bishop-Stephens and Colin
Clutterbuck Self-Published, Bristol, 2001
• ‘Wrongboy’s Book of Modern Mammals’, Will Bishop-Stephens, Self-Published,
Bristol & London, 1999

William Bishop-Stephens + Christopher Eales
Will Bishop-Stephens BA Fine Art, Sculpture MA Animation (Royal College of Art) FIilmography • ‘Two Films About Loneliness’ Co-Director/Producer/Writer/Animator, 2014 with TheNameIsNotImportant. Supported by the British Council. Screenings: Oberhausen Internationale Kurzfilmtage • Hamburg Internationale Kurzfilmtage • Edinburgh International Film Festival • Encounters Short Film Festival • Warsaw Film Festival. ARTE, international television transmission, 2014 • ‘Kid Carpet- Such Fun’, Director/Animator 2007 • “The Adventures of John and John” Graduate Film, RCA, 2006. Writer, Director, Animator. Selected exhibitions • Solo Show: Bath Spa University Gallery, 2011 • ‘Displacement Activities’ THENAMEISNOTIMPORTANT. Residency and Exhibition, Stables Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham. 2009 • ‘Big Small People Project’ Curator, Pheonix Theatre, Animated Exeter, 2007 • Going Wrong. Solo Show: Sculpture, Drawings and Prints. CBAT Gallery, Bute Street, Cardiff, March-April 2003 • Spike Island Open Studios Sculpture and Print and Animation Annual Open Studios event, with over 100 artists exhibiting, attracting over 5000 people. Bristol, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004. Artist Trustee 2003-4 • Amaste Installation and Video, Amaste Gallery, Bilbao, 1996 Prices * 3rd Prize, McLaren Award, Edinburgh Festival. * Best Student Film at Animé Caribe 2006, Trinidad and Tobago, * Jury Prize at the E-Magicians Festival, Paris, * Film grant from the Fondation Jean-Luc Lagardère. * Audience Prize, International Screening 3, L.I.A.F, 2007 Artist residencies, community projects Selections from a large number of workshops for children and young adults. • ‘Making Changes’ Animation Workshops and Film for Amber Foundation, a residential charity offering a fresh start to homeless young adults. Widening Participation, UCA Farnham, June/July 2012 • ‘STAR young carers’ ‘Skillway’ and Teachers Introduction to Stop Motion workshops, UCA Farnham, 2012 • ‘Dad Days’, A series of three animation workshops as part of a project for fathers and children under 5 years, fostering creative play and interaction. Mortlake, 2012 • ‘Octogon Club’ An annual series of animation workshops as part of an ongoing project for young people with a range of profound learning difficulties, Orleans House Gallery, 2008-2012 • Animation Summer School, Director/Workshop Leader, Farnham Maltings, 2010-2011 • Portugal Prints- Leading outreach for three major RA exhibitions with ‘Mind’, the mental health charity, Westminster Council and Royal Academy of Art, Access Dept. 2010- 2011 • InPerson- Life Drawing for people with access needs. Audio Description and workshop Core Trust (Drug Rehabilitation) guided visit and workshop All for 2011 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, Access Dept. 2011 • A series of Animation Workshops for 11-16yrs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, 2009 • Workshop Leader, Film and Video Workshop, Introduction to Animation Workshops and Flash animation Workshops, in partnership with 5 local schools 2008 • Workshop Leader, Introduction to Stop-Motion, Anime Caribe, Trinidad and Tobago 2007 • Artist-In-Residence, Sculpture workshops, Hounslow Pupil Referral Unit. 2002 • Artist-In-Residence, Clarendon Special Needs School and Orleans House Gallery, Richmond. Project Awarded National Children’s Art Day Award, Tate Modern. 2001 Publications • ‘Wrongboy’s History of Earth’, Will Bishop-Stephens, Walker Books Ltd, ISBN 0744586445, 2004 !5 • ‘The Modern Conversation Grammar/108 Sofas’ Will Bishop-Stephens and Colin Clutterbuck Self-Published, Bristol, 2001 • ‘Wrongboy’s Book of Modern Mammals’, Will Bishop-Stephens, Self-Published, Bristol & London, 1999

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