Nina Danino

Gibraltar, U.K, 1955

Nina Danino se graduó en Bellas Artes y Pintura por la St. Martin’s School of Art (1977) y en Comunicación Ambiental (Environmental Media) por la Royal College of Art (1981) de Londres. Imparte clases de Bellas Artes en Goldsmiths, Universidad de Londres.  Ha producido películas desde 1981 y escrito sobre películas de artistas.  Una monografía escrita por Danino, Visionary Landscapes, fue publicada por Black Dog en el año 2005. Danino es co-editora de la revista Undercut Reader, Columbia University Press (2002) sobre cine experimental británico. Sus películas, las cuales se encuentran en las colecciones del Television Archive y del British Film Institute National Film, se han visionado en grandes festivales, incluyendo Londres, Edimburgo, Feminale y Chicago, y en museos, galerías de arte y cines alrededor del mundo.

El trabajo de Danino explora paisajes acústicos e inmortalizados, el sentido geográfico del lugar y la conectividad cultural de la voz.

Su film Communion (2010), grabada en 35mm, ha sido recientemente mostrada por Artprojx a modo de instalación en salas de conciertos en Londres y Gibraltar; Terrace (2012), un texto e instalación de vídeo, fue mostrado en el Museo Villa Croce de Arte Contemporáneo; Genoa and Meteorologies (2013), un libro de artista con audio, fue mostrado en el Museo Nacional de Arte, Reykjavik; y “…and the figtrees in the Alameda Gardens” (2013), uno de sus films, fue publicado por Mousse Milan como acompañamiento de su reciente exposición individual del mismo título en Gibraltar. Nina Danino vive y trabaja en Londres.

Más información: http://www.ninadanino.co.uk/

 

 

Estudios

1973-74 St. Martin's School of Art, London , Foundation

1974-77 St. Martin's School of Art, London  Painting. BA (Hons) Fine Art

1979-81 Royal College of Art,  Environmental Media, MA RCA

 

Filmografía

‘’Communion’’ 2010

35mm/HD black and white, silent 9 mins.

Continuous or linear projection.

Directed by Nina Danino

Cinematography: Billy Williams BSC

Producer Tracy Bass

Arts Council of England

 

‘’Location’’ 2004

16mm, colour, silent, 1 min

Loop or linear projection

Time lapse of trees at dawn from the opening sequence

“The Virgin’s Time”, Temenos, 1998

 

‘’Temenos’’ 1998

35mm/16mm/Beta SP, colour and black and white, sound, 75 mins

Filmed in Bosnia, England, France, and Portugal

Directed by Nina Danino

Orginal soundtrack : Sainkho Namchylak, Shelley Hirsch and Catherine Bott.

Photography: David Scott, Nick Gordon Smith

Lightworks Editors: Sadiq D Mohamed, David Lewis

Electronic Image and On-line Editor: Bernard Bats

Dubbing Mixer: Paul Hamblin

Executive Producer: Steve Brookes, British Film Institute

Produced by Nina Danino and James Mackay

Financed by The British Film Institute, CICV—Centre Pierre Schaeffer, Montbéliard, Belfort, France, The London Production Fund, National Lottery, The Arts Council of England

 

‘’The Silence is Baroque’’ 1997

S8/video, 16mm, Beta sp, colour, sound, 12 mins

Filmed in Granada and Seville

Conceived, filmed, edited and spoken: Nina Danino

Singer: Anonymous

Location sound recordist: Paco Tejero

Avid Editors: Jaime Estrada, Graham McGuiness

Sound Engineer : David Hunt

Dubbing Mixer: Billy Mahoney

Producer: Karel Doing, Studio één, The Netherlands

 

“Now I am yours” 1992

16mm, colour and black and white, sound, 32 mins

The Ecstasy of St Teresa filmed in the Cornaro Chapel in Rome

Conceived, directed, edited and spoken: Nina Danino

Original voice track and electronic compositions: Shelley Hirsch

Diamanda Galás curtesy of Mute Records

Lighting Cameraman: Christopher Hughes

Voice Recording : David Hunt

Image post-production: Chrysallis TV

Experimenta Award, Arts Council of Great Britain and Channel Four

 

‘’Stabat Mater’’ 1990

16mm, colour, sound, 8 mins

Conceived, filmed, edited and spoken: Nina Danino

Singer: Elena Danino

Dubbing Mixer: Andrew Sears

16mm Optical Printing: Nick Collins

Post Production: London Filmmakers’ Co-op Workshop

Financial assistance from the Arts Council of Great Britain

 

‘’Close to Home’’ 1982-1985

16mm, black and white, sound, 28 mins

Filmed in Berlin and Straits of Gibraltar

Conceived, directed, edited and spoken: Nina Danino

Camera: Arthur Howes

Technical Assistance: London Filmmakers’ Co-op Workshop

Produced with financial assistance from the Arts Council of Great Britain

 

‘’First Memory’’ 1981

16mm, colour, magnetic sound, 20 mins

Conceived, directed, edited and spoken: Nina Danino

Camera: Ian Duncan

Audio-visual Technician: Alan Vallis

Produced at the Department of Environmental Media and School of Film and Television, Royal College of Art, London

 

‘’First Memory’’ 1980

2 screen Multi-Media Projection - slide tape, Super 8 film, colour, sound, 27 mins 20 secs

Conceived, produced and spoken: Nina Danino

Slide photography and Super 8 film: Nina Danino

Audio-visual Technician: Alan Vallis

Recorded and produced at the Environmental Media Studio, Royal College of Art, London

 

Books

BOOKS, CHAPTERS, ARTICLES

01 - Stabat Mater - A Nameless Place - Film, the Feminine and the Sacred in The Sacred and the Feminine-Imagination and Sexual Difference, Griselda Pollock, Victoria Turvey-Sauron (eds) London: I.B.Tauris, 2007

02 - Visionary Landscapes - The Films of Nina Danino ed., Catherine Grant, with essays by S.Brent Plate, Helen De Witt, JJ.Tellez, Louise Gray. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2005

03 - Interview with Nina Danino on Now I am Yours Susanna Poole, Experimental Film and Video Anthology, Jackie Hatfield and Steven Littman eds., London: John Libbey, 2006

04 - The Undercut Reader: Critical Writings on Artists Film and Video, Nina Danino and Michael Maziere eds., London: Wallflower Press 2002

 

Publicaciones de Nina Danino

2013 "...and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens" Nina Danino Pp.32 Limited Edition Mousse Publishing Milan ISBN 9788867490356

2011 "Abstract Image in Future Film and Video Art" in the launch issue of Moving Image Review and Art Journal. Round Table discussion chaired by Maxa Zoller with Nina Danino, Jasper Joseph-Lester, Vesna Petresin, Robert Laurent, Bridget Crone. Pp79-88 Intellect Books Ltd, London.

2010 From Floor to Sky-The Experience of Art School and the teaching of Peter Kardia. With essays by Peter Kardia, Malcolm Le Grice, Hester Westley: Nina Danino Pp.58-62. Catalogue and stand alone hard back publication with full color illustrations P 192 A&C Black London 2010 ISBN: 9781408114995

2007 Stabat Mater - A Nameless Place - Film, the Feminine and the Sacred in The Sacred and the Feminine-Imagination and Sexual Difference, Griselda Pollock, Victoria Turvey-Sauron (eds) London: I.B.Tauris.

www.ibtauris.com

2004 "Cinema without Cinema", Experiments in Moving Image, Jackie Hatfield  and Stephen Littman, eds., Epigraph Publication

2003 "A Century of Artists' Film and Video - A Response to the Curational Rationale", Filmwaves, no. 22

2002 The Undercut Reader: Critical Writings on Artists' Film and Video, Nina Danino and Michael Maziere eds., London: Wallflower Press.

ISBN 1903364-47-7 www.wallflowerpress.co.uk

 

A volume of critical writings on film and video by theorists, critics and artists from the journal Undercut (1982-1990). Prefaced by  essays by Barry Schwabsky, Michael Maziere,  Nina Danino, Michael O'Pray and Julia Knight.

It includes writing and visuals by and on; Stuart Hood, Noel Burch, Michael O'Pray, Nina Danino, Sally Potter, Bill Viola, Barry Swabsky, David Rodowick, Michael O'Pray, Jayne Parker, Nicky Hamyn, William Raban, John Akomfrah, Kobena Mercer, Mandy Merck, Peter Gidal, Malcolm Le Grice, Peter Wollen, Andy Warhol, Peter Kennard, Mona Hatoum, Breda Beban, Patrick Keiller, David Curtis, Christine Delphy, Isaac Julien,  Jacqueline Rose, Stran Brackhage and Cerith Wyn Evans amongst others.

Held in major libraries worldwide : REF: Database WorldCat

 

Selected Reviews: "Undercut" Ian White, Art Monthly 267. 06.2003

Nicky Hamlyn, Filmwaves, Issue 21- 2. 2003 p 27

"Getting It All on Film" Patricia Allmer

www.popmatters.com/books/reviews/u/under-cut-reader.shtml

 

2001 "British Experimental Film and Video", Aesthetics and Art in the Twentieth Century, Ipek Tureli ed., Ankara: SANART (Association of Aesthetics and Visual Culture)

1998 "Temenos and Other Places", Filmwaves, no. 5

1991 "The Object of Attention", Reading the Glass, Barber, Kivland and Leyser eds.,  London: Book Works

1990 "The Mother's Garden", photo essay, Undercut, no. 19 "A Decade of British Experimental Film and Video" special edition of Undercut, Nina Danino and Michael Maziere eds., Undercut, no. 19

1989 "East European and Soviet Avant-garde Film and Video", special edition of Undercut, Nina Danino and Michael Maziere eds., Undercut, no. 18

1988 "Cultural Identities", special edition, Nina Danino ed., Undercut, no. 17

1985 "Almost Out by Jayne Parker", Undercut, no. 14/15

1983 "Interview with Laura Mulvey", Nina Danino and Lucy Moy Thomas,

Undercut, no. 6

1981 "On Stonebridge Park a film by Patrick Keiller", Undercut, no. 2

 

Publicaciones sobre Nina Danino

2012 "Nina Danino: Capturing an aura the human presence on film" Interview with Mo White, Cassone Art July 2012. www.cassone-art.com

2011 Stimulus Respond, issue Rituals May 2011. On-line journal. Photo feature on Communion with text by Editor in Chief Jack Boulton Pp83-92. www.stimulusrespond.com

2010 Little Constellation - Contemporary Art in geo-cultural micro-areas and small States of Europe. Rita Canarezza, Pier Paolo Coro Eds., Nina Danino Pp82-86 Milan. Mousse Publishing, Milan, Italy www.moussepublishing.it ISBN 9788896501078

2006 Film, The Body, The Fold - Interview with Nina Danino on Now I am Yours Susanna Poole,  Experimental Film and Video Anthology, Jackie Hatfield and Steven Littman eds., London: John Libbey. ISBN 0-86196-664-3

www.johnlibbey.com

2005 Visionary Landscapes - The Films of Nina Danino  ed., Catherine Grant, A critical volume on the body of work of Nina Danino with colour sections dedicated to individual films and detailed documentation with essays by S.Brent Plate, Helen De Witt, JJ.Tellez, Louise Gray. London:  Black Dog Publishing, ISBN  1 904772 07 2

www.bdpworld.com

 

Selected Reviews: Visionary Landscapes: The Film of Nina Danino Metin Alsanjak, Filmwaves Magazine March 2006  www.web,ukonline.co.uk/metin.alsanjak

Readings: Visionary Landscapes  Althea Greenan, Vertigo Online

issue No 2  April 2006 www.vertigomagazine.co.uk

"Visionary Landscapes", Goldsmiths Research Hallmark: Issue 22 Autumn 2005

www.gold.ac.uk/hallmark

 

Landscape Research (University of Newcastle) Vol 29 no 3

www.landscaperesearch.org.uk

 

2004 Nicky Hamlyn, Film Location, Public Places, Private Thoughts and Sense of Place, Evocation of Place, www.luxonline.org.uk

Mark Waller, Kiss the Zombie, www.luxonline.org.uk

Helen de Witt, The Persistence of Spirit, www.luxonline.org.uk

2001 Gill Addison, "Nina Danino at 291 Gallery", Filmwaves, no. 16

1999 A L Rees, A History of Experimental Film and Video, BFI: London

1998 Gianmarco del Re, "Cinema and the Sublime", Contemporary Visual Arts, no.19

1995 Directory of 100 British Film and Video Artists, David Curtis ed., London:

The Arts Council of England

1990 Jean Matthee, On Wounds, Artificial Flowers, Orifices and the Infinite: A Response to the Films of Nina Danino, Undercut, nº 20 (Reprinted in The Undercut Reader, London: Wallflower Press 2002)

 

Obra en colecciones públicas

British Film Institute, National Film Archive, UK www.bfi.org.uk

Time Line Collection, Video Lounge, Universitty of Konstfack, Sweden 

www.konstfack.se

British Artists Film and Video Study Collection, University of the Arts, London, UK www.studycollection.co.uk

Luxonline, British artists film and video on-line resource www.luxonline.org.uk

 

Festivales de cine, exposiciones y proyecciones de cine (selección)

2014: Apparitions en Galería Magda Bellotti, Madrid, España.

2013 Slide tape: Key Work in the UK since the 1960s, Vivid, The Garage, Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham , 4 October - 30 November 2012  John Akomfrah, Nina Danino, Cordelia Swann curated by Mary White.

Meteorologies, Subjective Maps/Disappearances, National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland 18 May-6th July 2013.

2012 Films de Nina Danino, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo (CAC), Malaga, Spain 2 December 2012 Communion, Cambridge Film Festival, 2012.

Comraich/Sanctuary, Mount Stuart Contemporary Visual Arts Programme,  Ian Bourne, Gill Clarke and Lucy Skaer, Nina Danino, Kate Davis.Curated by Sophie Crighton - Stuart and James Mackay, Isle of Bute,  Scotland  23 June - 31st October, 2012.

2012: Terrace and Gibraltar-Genoa in The Land seen from the Sea, Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art, Genoa, Italy - 2 February - 4 May 2012. Curated by Alessandro Castiglioni, Roberto Daolio. With Eva Ariza (AND), Charles Avery (GB), Canarezza & Coro (RSM), Nina Danino (GB), Haris Epaminonda (CY), Irena Lagator (MG), Jose Ramon Lozano (ES), Ingibjorg Magnadttir (IS), Mark Mangion (MN), Amedeo Martegani (I), Pierre Portelli (M), Christodoulous Panayiotou (CY), Luigi Presicce (I), Sigurdur Atli Sigurdsson (IS).

2011: Stabat Mater in Maya Deren in Context: British Women Filmmaker, Maya Deren 50 Years, BFI Southbank - October 2011.

2011: "Now I am Yours" in LAOspite et L'Instruso, Nina Danino and Govanni Garavaggio, Studio Ermanno Cristini, Varese, Italy - 9 - 30 April 2011.

2010: Communion in Geography of Proximity, Malta Contemporary Art Foundation, Valletta, Malta 14 October - 15 November 2010.

2010: First Memory and Communion in From Floor to Sky British Sculpture and the Studio Experience, Ambika P3 London.

Curated by Peter Kardia. Including Alison Wilding, Bill Woodrow, Brian Catling, Carl Plackman, Richard Long, Richard Deacon, Hamish Fulton, Kate Meynell, Boyd Webb, Richard Wentworth - 4th March - 4th April 2010.

Accompanied by a fully illustrated book, From Floor to Sky with critical essays by Hester Westley, Malcolm Le Grice, Peter Kardia published by A & G Black. Discussion Panels: St. Martins School of Art and Tate Britain - 4th March - 5th April 2010.

www.fromfloortosky.org.uk

Reviews in Art Monthly, The Independent, Financial Times, Time Out and web reviews.

 

2010 Communion in Little Constellation, Fabricca del Vapore, Milan - 9th March-8th April 2010; www.littleconstellation.org. With full colour book published by Mousse Publishing. On Tour in Europe at Miart, Milan, Expo Brussels, No Soul for Sale, Tate Modern, Festival or Contemporary Art, Faenza, Art Basel. Little constellation network: www.littleconstellation.org

video: http://undo.net/eventinvideo/192/

Mousse editor: www.moussepublishing.it; www.moussemagazine.it

e-flux of New York: http://www.e-flux.com/shows/view/7832

Over 60 reviews and webmentions : including in Domus, EquipeCo, Il Fatto Quotidiano, Republicca and Il Corriere della Serra of Milan,

2010 Films by Nina Danino and Emily Richardson in For the Sake of the Image curated by Suky Chan; 22nd March 2010. Jerwood Visual Arts, London www.jerwoodvisualarts.org

2008 Temenos in Tatton Park Biennal, Film programme May 2008

Now I am yours in HOMAGE 68 - SUBVERSIVE FILM FESTIVAL

www.subversivefilmfestival.com

 

Film Selection and Round Table Discussion by Slavoj Zizek, Ernesto Laclau, Chantal Mouffe, Neil Leach, Frank Furedi, Brian Holmes, Karl-Heinz Dellw, Gabriella Rollnik 18-24 May 2008. Zagreb, Croatia.

2007 Retrospective: The Subjective Camera 25 April-30 May, Nina Danino

2nd May, Greenwich Picturehouse, London www.picturehouses.co.uk

http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/news

2006 Temenos in Sacred Space,13th International Conference, Centre for Literature, Theology and the Arts,University of Stirling,

www.gla.ac.uk/esrla/news.html

2005 Temenos and Stabat Mater in The Sacred and the Feminine: Image, Music, Text, Space, AHRB CentreCATH, University of Leeds with ERCIF of the University of Bordeaux

Ephemeral Cities Deptford X, London, A2 Arts Web Project

www.a2arts.co.uk/ephemeralcities/

2004 Location in Light Reading, no.w.here, London www.nowhere-lab.org

First Memory,Stabat Mater, "Now I am yours", Temenos in Experiments in Moving Image, Old Lumiere Cinema, University of Westminster, London

2003 Launch Artist on Luxoline curated by Emma Hedditch www.luxonline.org.uk

2002 Stabat Mater in The Space of the Female Gaze, TART Salon, London

2001 Temenos, Lux Cinema, London

Temenos and "Now I am yours", 291 Gallery, London

Temenos, Brighton Cinmathque, UK

The Barn Cinema, Dartington, UK

Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

2000 Temenos in Sacred Places Film, Landscape and the Sacred, Lux Cinema, London 6-19th October curated by Helen de Witt for the release of Temenos. With Stalker by Andrei Tarkovsky; La Region Centrale by Michael Snow; The Good the Bad and the Ugly by Sergio Leone; Stromboli by Roberto Rossellini; Divine Horsemen by Maya Deren; Land without Bread by Luis Bunuel; The Blue Light by Leni Reifenstahl, Breaking the Waves by Lars vonTrier.

Scratch Projections, LaEntrepot Cinema, Paris, France

1999 Temenos, Melbourne Cinmathque, Melbourne, Australia

STUC, KunstenCentrum, Leuven, Belgium

1998 Temenos, World Premiere, The 52nd Edinburgh International Film Festival Festival Book of Lists: Temenos top film: 12 Films with Fab Soundtracks.

Temenos,The 42nd London International Film Festival, Lux Cinema, London Temenos, Hi-Lites from the LFF, Soho House, London

"Now I am yours" in Bad Religion, Lux Cinema, London

1997 Stabat Mater in All that is Solid Melts into Air: 30 Years of the LFMC and the British Avant Garde, Pandaemonium, ICA, London

The Silence is Baroque, in the portmanteau feature film Rainbow Stories, World Premiere, Rotterdam International Film Festival, The Netherlands

1995 "Now I am yours", Kunst Kanaal TV, The Netherlands

Eat Carpet, SBS-TV, Australia

Retina, IV International Film and Video Festival, Hungary

Stabat Mater in The British Avant Garde 1967-1990, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

1994 "Now I am yours" in (S/T)extuality: Poetic Licence, Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Women in the Directors Chair, International Film Festival, Chicago, USA

IMPACKT Film Festival, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Psychoanalysis and the Image, ICA, London

Feminale, Frauen Film Festival, Koln, Germany

Avant-garde aus London Films of Nina Danino, Freunde der Deutche

Kinematek, Arsenal Cinema, Berlin, Germany

Scratch Projections, LAEntrepot Cinema, Paris, France

Quelles Hystries?, Galerie du Clotre, Ecole Rgionale des Beaux Arts, Rennes, France

1993 Stabat Mater in Mother Line, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

"Now I am yours" Premiere in Dreams, Visions and Rapture, Art and Experiment, London International Film Festival, National Film Theatre, London

"Now I am yours", Late Night Experiment, Channel Four TV

Stabat Mater in Imaging the Female, Experimental Women, Birkbeck College, University of London

1992 Stabat Mater in Driving the Loop: New British Filmmakers, Tate Britain, London

1991 Stabat Mater in International Avant-Garde, National Film Theatre, London New British Work, Pleasure Dome, Toronto, Canada

1990 Stabat Mater , Premiere in Personalities, Sexualities, Identities, London International Film Festival, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

1989 Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London

1988 Close to Home in Silence in View, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

1987 First Memory in Narrative Fragments, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

1985 Close to Home, Premiere, Edinburgh International Film Festival

Cambridge Dark Room, Cambridge, presented by Penny Webb

Labyrinths, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

1984 First Memory in Women in Film, Brewery Arts Centre, Cumbria

1983 First Memory in Word and Image, London Filmmakers Co-op Cinema

1982 First Memory in New British Avant-garde Film, Freunde der Deutche Kinematek, Arsenal Cinema, Berlin, Germany

1981 First Memory, Premiere in New Contemporaries, ICA, London

About the Pictures in this Room: Five RCA Environmental Media Artists, Seven Dials Gallery, London

1980 First Memory, Multi-Media Projection, Premiere in About Time/ Womens Images of Men, ICA, London

1976 Paintings: New Contemporaries, International Arts Centre, London Painting: Stowells Trophy, Royal Academy, London

 

Medios de difusión

2009 LUXOLINE: Podcast interview Nina Danino. Interviewed by Lucy Reynolds for LUXOLINE the British based artists' film web resource. 2 April 2009.

www.luxonline.org.uk/video/nina_danino.m4v

2004 Resonance FM, London: Experiments in Moving Image: Guests Nina Danino, Jackie Hatfield, Theo Prodromidis.

1998 Documentary: The Touching Camera - La Cinepresa toccante, dir. Susanna Poole, featuring Nina Danino, Jo-Ann Kaplan, Sarah Pucill. London Guildhall University and Santalucia Produzione.

1995 "Now I am yours", Kunst Kanaal TV, The Netherlands

"Now I am yours" Eat Carpet, SBS-TV, Australia

1993 "Now I am yours", Late Night Experiment, Channel Four TV

1991 Third Opinion: BBC3: Interview on Stabat Mater

Focus: GBC: Interview on Stabat Mater

 

Conferencias (*Publicadas)

2013 "Introduction, Chantal Akerman Early Films", ICA 25 November 2013, curated by  Nosamours. 'Mapping Gibraltar: Local Seeds of Knowledge', "Subjective Maps/Disappearances, Workshop:  Of Other Place s, Gibraltar 2014-15, National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik 19th May 2013.

2012 Three Faiths Forum,  Urban Dialogues, with Aaron Rosen, Roaslind Parker  chair  Paul Bayley, Red Gallery,Urban  London 28th November 2012

2010 Film and Religion Panel, 15th International Conference for the International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture, (ISRLC), University of Oxford, St. Catherine' College.24th November, 23-26thNovember 2010.

2010 For the Sake of the Image: Panel Talk by Nina Danino and Larry Syder on sound and image. Chaired by Gareth Evans, programmed by Suki Chan, Jerwood Visual Arts, London 8 March 2010.

2010 "Attending to the Other: Critical Theory and Spiritual Practice" Screening of Communion and Talk at the 15th Bienneal Conference of the International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture (ISRLC).

Panel: Film and Religion-Producing Film, Producing Otherness Chair: S. Brent Plate, Speakers Daniel Marcolino Claudino de Sousa (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) Timothy K. Beal (Case Western Reserve University) Nina Danino (Goldsmiths, University of London) 24 September 2010

2007 'Art Practices, Nina Danino, Kate Southworth, Shuli Nachshon' in Challenging Cultures of Death: Mercy not Sacrifice, international conference, Institute of Feminism and Religion, Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Trinity College, Dublin

www.instituteforfeminismandreligion.org

2006 "Creating the Sacred?" Plenary Speaker, Sacred Space. 13th International Conference of the International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture, University of Stirling. Plenary Speakers: Tom Altizer (SUNY Stony Brook Nina Danino (Goldsmiths College, London), Richard Holloway (Edinburgh), Philip Sheldrake (Durham). A conference in the academic literary and theological fields, with panels on music, film and the visual arts. 

www.gla.ac.uk/esrla/index.html

2005 "Stabat Mater: Film and the Sacred", Film Screening and Talk given at  The Sacred and the Feminine: Image, Music, Text, Space, AHRB CentreCATH, University of Leeds with ERCIF of the University of Bordeaux Convenor:  Griselda Pollock.

www.leeds.ac.uk/cath/ahrc/events/past_2005.html

2001 "British Experimental Film and Video", 5th International Symposium: Retrospective: Aesthetics and Art in the 20th Century  SANART (Association for Aesthetics and Visual Culture), Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Ankara, Turkey , June 2001

2000 "The Image in the Visionary Experience of Teresa of Jesus"

in Space, Time and the Image, Birkbeck College,

Faculty of Continuing Education, University of London, Convenor;  Carolyn Gill

1998 "Temenos: Film, Time and the Visionary" in Space, Time and the Image, Birkbeck College, Faculty of Continuing Education, University of London,

Convenor; Carolyn Gill

1997 Time and Black Film in Time and the Image, Birkbeck College, Faculty of Continuing Education, University of London, Convenor; Carolyn Gill

1994 "Now I am yours" Screening and talk in Psychoanalysis and the Image,  ICA, London  Convenor; Parveen Adams. Speakers: Kaya Silverman, Jean Matthee, Leo Bersani, Nina Danino, Andrea Fisher, Mark Cousins, Olivier Richon, Joan Copjec, Darian Leader, Slavoy Zizek

1994 Stabat Mater and talk, Gibraltar, Fourteenth International James Joyce Symposium; Seville, Spain.

Review: Mary Lowe-Evans and Ronald V. Evans, The Seville International Joyce Symposium, The James Joyce Literary Supplement, Vol.8,No.2 (Fall 1994)

1994 Stabat Mater in Time and the Image, Birkbeck College, Faculty of Continuing Education, University of London; Convenor Carolyn Gill

1994 Now I am yours and talk, Hispanic Studies Film Seminar, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Cambridge

"Now I am yours" and talk in MA Architecture and Critical Theory Film Seminar,  Nottingham University

1993  Speaking in the Dark: Film - The Voice and Teresa of Jesus Speaking

Texts, Woman/Image/Text, Sheffield Hallam University

 

Residencias

2003-2007 Visiting Researcher: GBC, Radio. Sound Library, Gibraltar

1997 Creative Production Residency:  CICV (Centre International de Creation Video), Centre Pierre Schaeffer, Montbliard, Belfort, France

 

Producción y Premios

2013 Ministry of Culture, Gibraltar, Cultural Grant

2013 Arts Council of England, Grant for the Arts Award.2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2004 Research Support Awards, Goldsmiths, University of London

2009 Arts Council of England, Grant for the Arts Award

2009 Artists Small Award, Grants for the Arts, Arts Council of England.

2009 Research Support Award, Goldsmiths University of London

2007 Research Support Award, Goldsmiths University of London

2004 Cultural Grant, Gibraltar Government

2002 Research Support Award, Goldsmiths College, University of London

2002 Arts Council of England Publishing Award

2001 Research Support Award, Goldsmiths College, University of London 

2000 Arts Council of England Publishing Award (Joint)

1997 National Lottery Cinema Films, Arts Council of England

1996 Production Projects, British Film Institute

1995 Rainbow Stories, Studio Een, Netherlands

1994 British Council Travel Award

1993 Development Funding, London Production Fund

1991 Experimenta Award, C4 and the Arts Council of Great Britain

1988 Artists Film and Video Award, Arts Council of Great Britain

1985 Artists Film and Video Completion Award, Arts Council of Great Britain

1984 Artists Film and Video Award, Arts Council of Great Britain

1982 British Council Travel Award

1981 Artists Film and Video Award, Arts Council of Great Britain

  

Consultoría profesional

2002-05  External Examiner; BA Film and Video, School of Media Art and Design University of Wales, Newport

2002-05 External Examiner; MA Film, International Film School Wales, University of Wales, Newport

 

Televisión y medios de comunicación

1994-95 Reader and Film Script Editor (Spanish), The European Script Fund

1983-92 Film and Video Editor and Assistant: documentary programmes C4, BBC, (including Arena, and Horizon) BFI, Arts Council and a number of feature films.

 

Enseñanza

2000present Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Department of Art, Goldsmiths College, London

1993 -2000 Visiting Lecturer in Fine Art, Visual Arts, Electronic Lens Based Media, Camberwell School of Arts, The London Institute

1999 Part-time Lecturer in Visual Culture and Media, Culture, Film and Media, Middlesex University

1996-99 Member of Academic Staff, General Studies, Diploma School, Architectural Association School of Architecture, London

1996-99 Film and Video Tutor, Intermediate School, Architectural Association School of Architecture, London

1993-94 Visiting Lecturer in Fine Art, Fine Art Department, Kingston University

1990-93 Associate Lecturer in Fine Art, Combined and Media, School of Cultural Studies, Sheffield Hallam University

1982-94 Visiting Lecturer in Fine Art: Staffordshire University (Communication) University of Humberside, Cardiff Institute of Higher Education, Central St.Martins, Chelsea School of Art, London College of Printing, Goldsmiths College, Winchester School of Art