Wed 5 April // 20:00
Screening of artists’ work alongside a talk about animated installation as an artistic practice and the different ways artists use space as part of it
Birgitta Hosea is an artist, filmmaker and curator working with expanded animation, time-based drawing and live performance to create experiential installations, embodied events, durational images and short films that expand the concept of the moving image out of the screen and into the present moment.
She is Professor of Moving Image and Director of the Animation Research Centre at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. Having written publications on drawing, performance and experimental animation, her most recent book is Performance Drawing: New Practices Since 1945 (Bloomsbury, 2020) co-written with Maryclare Foá, Jane Grisewood and Carali McCall.