As part of Frances Scott’s research residency at TACO! an online screening event for short film, Valentina (2020) was followed by an in conversation event with writer Beth Bramich.Continue reading “Frances Scott: Valentina”
Afterall Journal Reading Group: Disobedient Video
To mark the publication of issue 48 of Afterall journal, Beth Bramich invited The Camera: Nous, an intermittent film club led by Lauren Houlton, to lead a collective reading of Stéphanie Jeanjean’s essay Disobedient Video in France in the 1970s: Video Production by Women’s Collectives accompanied by a screening of Grève des femmes à Troyes (1971). The screening and reading group took place at Arts Catalyst, London.Continue reading “Afterall Journal Reading Group: Disobedient Video”
Reading Group: To Become Two
Join The Bad Vibes Club (Beth Bramich & Kathryn Siegel) at the London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery for a reading group and discussion about transgenerational approaches to feminist politics, based on a reading excerpts from Alex Martinis Roe‘s book To Become Two: Propositions for Feminist Collective Practice. This event touches on themes Martinis Roe explores of intergenerational rifts and estrangements, the affective aspects of collective practices and the possibilities of solidarity in difference.
Bad Vibes Club Season of Events
While at Flat Time House, The Bad Vibes Club (Beth Bramich and Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau) will be hosting a programme of events, including talks, screenings and performances, as well as launching a new publication in June 2018.
Paranoid Reading at Bloc Projects
Join The Bad Vibes Club (Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau & Beth Bramich) at Bloc Projects, Sheffield, for a reading group and discussion about how paranoia affects the way we think, and the possibilities for what Eve Sedgwick has called ‘reparative reading‘. Reparative reading is a powerful corrective to paranoia and cynicism, and a much needed way of engaging with people and ideas that are different from our own.
Bad Vibes Club at Flat Time House
Flat Time House is hosting The Bad Vibes Club in 2017–18. The Bad Vibes Club is a forum for research into negative states. Whilst at Flat Time House, Beth Bramich and Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau will host 6 months of reading groups, a number of live events, and the launch of a new publication in June 2018. Please come along! All welcome, if you haven’t managed to make the reading groups before, now is a great time to start.
CYBER INTIMACY: A reading and watching group presented by Beth Bramich and Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau of The Bad Vibes Club at Res., London, 16 September 2016
Join Beth Bramich and Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau of The Bad Vibes Club in the Kathy Rae Huffman Archive Reading Room at Res. to read Huffman’s CYBER INTIMACY: From Net Nookie to Coffee Talk (1995) alongside a screening of excerpts of moving image works from Huffman’s programme of the same name.
Of and For Turner Contemporary
‘Of and For Turner Contemporary: Writings on a Building’ is a collection of texts written by Critical Writing in Art and Design students at the Royal College of Art. The essays bring together new approaches to writing in relation to architecture, drawing particularly on the experience of spending time with a working building. With a foreword from Sir David Chipperfield and newly commissioned illustrations by Billie Muraben, this website captures aspects and impressions of Turner Contemporary almost four years after its opening.
Events series curated by Beth Bramich providing a platform for Midlands based artists working in film and video and encouraging a critical dialogue amongst local practitioners. In Production ran from 2010–12 and was hosted by Nottingham Contemporary. It was also presented in collaboration with Outpost Gallery, Norwich and David Dale Gallery, Glasgow. Featured artists and guest speakers included: Kitty Anderson, Darren Banks, Gareth Bell-Jones, Alice Bradshaw, Mark Essen, Mateus Domingos, Blue Firth, Ellie Harrison, Louis Henderson, Claire Hope, Candice Jacobs, Ben Judd, Paul Pieroni, Alexander Stevenson, Corin Sworn, Tether, Katy Woods and Emily Wilczek.