Horror Film 1 – Re-enactment in Progress at CCAS, Canberra

Oliver Thomas practicing Horror Film 1 at CCAS Between 23-28 June, the Teaching and Learning Cinema (Louise Curham and Lucas Ihlein) is in residence at Canberra Contemporary Artspace. We’re continuing on with the research we began last year in the UK, towards a re-enactment of Malcolm Le Grice’s Horror Film 1 (1971). We’re not sure […]

Canberra screening 5 October 2013

‘Photochemical Games’ is a film screening of works by Australian film artists at Belconnen Arts Centre on Saturday 5 October, 6-730pm. Film is dead! This pronouncement rears its head so frequently that for those who still like making images from chemicals reacting to light, it’s nothing to be alarmed by. Like the claims about one […]

TLC Public Events, June 2013

Louise and Lucas are busy this month. Here’s what’s happening: Wednesday June 12, 4-5pm ISEA, New Law School Lecture Theatre 106, University of Sydney Lucas is presenting (via Skype from London), speaking briefly about our work re-enacting Expanded Cinema from the point of view of medium and materiality. You can read the abstracts and the […]

Artists’ Salon: Moving Image 1 at Critical Path, Sydney

Part of Critical Path’s Artists’ Salon series, Moving Image 1 looks at experiments with movement within interdisciplinary practice and is curated by Narelle Benjamin and Sue Healey. It will feature a discussion with and studio presentations of work by artists Sam James (From the Rainforest Mind to the Desert Mind) and Louise Curham and Lucas […]

From the archives – Sydney Moving Image Coalition screenings 2003-4

SMIC Primary Sources poster for 3 Feb 2004 screening, Lanfranchi’s, a photo by lcurham on Flickr. Screening #1 Lanfranchi’s, 18 Mar 2003 Screening #2 Lanfranchi’s May 2003 Screening #3 Lanfranchi’s Jul 2003, #4 Kudos Gallery, COFA late 2003 (page 1, page 2) About Primary Sources and the 2004 screenings (page 1, page 2) – a […]

Disappearing Video, Video Disappeared?

The above photo shows Louise Curham from the TLC making a cracking point at the plenary discussion session at the end of the Disappearing Video Conference. To her right are Lyndal Jones, Andrew Frost, Stephen Jones and Danni Zuvela. It was a really interesting day. Here’s my round-up of a few random thoughts: Stephen Jones […]

Steven Ball Screening in Sydney

Screening Details: Loose Space and Circular Time Steven Ball’s Mini-Retrospective 7:30pm, Friday 25th July 2008 SYDNEY 302 Cleveland St Surry Hills NSW —Entry by gold coin donation— UK film and video veteran Steven Ball will be in Sydney briefly next week. The Teaching and Learning Cinema is delighted to be presenting an retrospective of his […]