This one-day symposium invited audiences to consider different ways in which the relationship between still and moving images is mobilized in contemporary artistic practice. Featuring contributions from artists, curators and scholars, presentations covered theoretical and practice-led perspectives on the topic, offering new approaches to thinking about their relationship in an age of image proliferation.
Filipa Ramos is Editor in Chief of art-agenda, Co-Curator of Vdrome and lecturer in the Experimental Film MA program, Kingston University and in MRes Art: Moving Image of Central Saint Martins, London. For her presentation, Ramos shared memoirs of a memory impaired, of someone who can’t distinguish borrowed visions from inner affairs and of her relation to writing as a fundamental mnemonic exercise.
Video produced by John Verheaven.