This video was made by one of the participants in the Bike In Film Screening, and shows the bike ride from Static Gallery to the opening night of SCAN, a film installation by NOMO (Peter Norrman and Jeff Morey) and Jacqueline Passmore.
The Bike Theatre was curated by artist Jacqueline Passmore and included a line up of short films exploring experimental uses of the urban environment.
AudioVision Festival, Liverpool UK, 15 September 2008.
Artist Stuart Pearson Wright becomes the Man in the Moon for debut gig of The Tiger's Bride at Hoxton Hall, East London on June 10th 2012. The set for The Tiger's Bride performance was designed by Stuart Pearson Wright.
Terminal Convention was an ambitious hybrid event that inhabited the disused terminal of Cork Airport, Ireland, for two weeks in March 2011. In the visual art strand of the programme, curated artists were invited to create pieces that were more or less specific to the building where they would be exhibited. The resulting film, Terminal Convention, considers these new arrivals in the light of their surrounds.
Characterised by extended static takes and reflective, deliberate edits, the film is by turns mischievous and poignant. The terminal is again devoid of people as the artworks obliquely converse, and the air is heavy with the weight of all that has passed through and on.
The film features work by the following artists: Adrian Williams, Le Pavillon, Palais de Tokyo/Paris, Hannah Pierce, Jacqueline Passmore, Douglas Gordon, Peter Norrman, Ross Dalziel (Sound Network), Nevan Lahart, Rosa Barba, Fred Pradeau, Martin Healy, Pádraig Timoney, Shane Munro, Juan Cruz, Diane Guyot, Imogen Stidworthy, Becky Shaw, and Seamus Nolan. The exhibition was curated by Peter Gorschlüter and produced by Paul Sullivan
Terminal Convention was commissioned by Static Gallery, Liverpool.