|Title||Contemporary Screen-Based Curatorial Practice|
Ambika P3 is an experimental research space for international contemporary art and architecture whose recent and upcoming moving image exhibitions include Anthony McCall (2011), David Hall (2012), Ilya & Emilia Kabakov (2013), Victor Burgin (2013), Elizabeth Ogilvie (2014), Martina Amati (2015), Chantal Akerman (2015) and Shezad Dawood (2016). The Ambika P3 project is situated among screen-based curatorial practices and is concerned with exploring issues of sculpture, cinema, architecture and projection.
This paper will address the important work of contemporary film and video artists as a form of problematic intervention in the field of the visual arts and further reinstated its resistance to delivering artefacts within a commercial or institutional context.
|Keywords||Art Film Installation|
|Conference||Artists' Moving Image Practice in Britain: From 1990 to Today|
|Accepted author manuscript||MAZIERE_artists-moving-image-in-britain.pptx|
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/events/artists-moving-image-in-britain/|