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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 17 Dec 1995 09:42:02 CST
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London Festival of Moving Images
PANDMONIUM is delighted to announce a new, international Festival,
organised in association with London Electronic Arts and the
Institute of Contemporary Arts, which will showcase the best in
recent artists film, video and new media at the ICA Cinema,
Cinematheque and Gallery in London.  The Festival will run from 8
to 14 March 1996, with Gallery Installations remaining on
exhibition until 21 April.
Programme highlights will include the latest works by artists
such as Jem Cohen (REM videographer),  comic genius John Smith,
David Byrne, Sadie Benning (pixel visions young star), ambient
king George Barber and the talented pop-promo and feature film
maker John Maybury.  Further treats include a retrospective
dedicated to the work of major contemporary artist and seminal
figure in video art, Nam June Paik.
Also five large-scale London Electronic Arts commissions to young
British artists and film and video makers, whose completed work
will be exhibited as part of the Festival at the ICA Gallery from
8 March to 21 April 1996.  The artists are Mark Wallinger
(nominee for the 1995 Turner Prize), Jacki Irvine (featured
artist in General Release at this years Venice Biennale), Gillian
Wearing (her recent exhibitions at the Hayward Gallery and
Interim Art reached the Number One slot in Time Outs Critics
Choice), Keith Tyson, who recently had his first solo exhibition
at Antony Reynolds Gallery, and Michael Curran, currently
exhibiting at the Centre George Pompidou, Paris.
Karen Dowell
Festival Organiser
5-7 Buck Street
London  NW1 8NJ
Tel: 0171 424 0411   Fax: 0171 267 6078
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