Smaller Screens

WHEN : 15th November - 2nd December
WHERE : Cut Thumb Laundry

Smaller Screens is a sample of experimental video artworks currently engaging with histories of video art. Artist include Janni Cox, Ben Crowley, Peter Kozak, Annie Macindoe and Claire Robertson. The works are not tied via thematics, instead unified by the screen, and installed in symbiosis within the space. Smaller screens questions how a heavy handed curatorial approach with video art can manipulate the viewer to engage with multiple screens in a space. Key video art theorist Margaret Morse argues that screens in a installation develop a conceptual world that manifests itself as literal objects and images that are set in relation to each other. The exhibition will play with familiar curatorial tropes used in curating video installation.

Janni Cox
Ben Crowley
Peter Kozak 
Annie Macindoe 
Claire Robertson

Co curated – Lucy Forsberg, Aishla Manning, Callum McGrath and Chloe Waters

Opening – Tuesday 14th November, 6-8pm
Gallery 2, Level 2 METRO ARTS

Galllery Open: Monday to Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 2-4pm

Public program – In conversation panel discussion
Saturday December 2nd, 2-4pm.

Words by Co-Directors

Cut Thumb Laundry is Metro Arts’ 2017 Artist-Run Iniative in Residence.

Image: Annie Macindoe