MULTIGRAPHS AT KATE MACGARRY
Our next solo show at Kate MacGarry opens on Friday 9th November. The exhibition features a new body of work, multigraph portraits made using a Victorian mirror device.
Our next solo show at Kate MacGarry opens on Friday 9th November. The exhibition features a new body of work, multigraph portraits made using a Victorian mirror device.
DOUBLETHINK, our video installation featuring George MacKay and music by Warren Ellis is screening at Somerset House on Friday 5 October as part of AGM.
DOUBLETHINK is a new video installation by artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, performed by George MacKay and written by Stuart Evers. Created specifically for Doc/Fest, it will be installed in Tudor Square, Sheffield from 7-12 June 2018.
Our episode for Sky's Urban Myths series will air in 2018. The Dali and The Cooper stars Noel Fielding as Alice Cooper and David Suchet as Salvador Dali. Original score by Richard Hawley and Jarvis Cocker.
We're showing a piece from the archives as part of FIFTEEN, a group exhibition at Kate MacGarry, celebrating fifteen years of the gallery. The show runs 10 November – 16 December 2017.
Our series Neil Gaiman's Short Stories will be available in America for the first time from August 31st on Shudder.
We've been invited by Kingsgate Project Space to produce their latest 4:3 Billboard Commission. Our new piece will be at 110-116 Kingsgate Road, London NE6 2JG from 20th July - 19th August 2017.
On 8th June 2017 we'll be participating in a discussion for Frieze Academy on the subject of Collaborative Art as a key driver of artistic creation.
We'll be creating a new audiovisual performance for Different Trains 1947, commissioned by Metal - in partnership with Warp Records, Barbican Centre, and Boiler Room, plus Indian partners Wild City and What About Art?
On Friday 24th March we'll be discussing our work with producer and curator Jacqui Davies as part of the CPH:DOX Festival in Copenhagen.
Requiem for 114 Radios will feature in 'Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick', curated by James Lavelle (UNKLE) at Somerset House From 6th July - 24th August 2016.
The world premiere of our new installation Requiem for 114 Radios will be presented in the cellars of Colston Hall in Bristol. A Bristol New Music Commission, the exhibition opens to the public on Friday 13th May.
Our latest project, Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories, will air soon on Sky Arts. This new four-part adaptation of short stories by Neil Gaiman is scored by Jarvis Cocker, with a cast including Tom Hughes, Johnny Vegas, George MacKay, Rita Tushingham and Kenneth Cranham.
Our new drama, Murder: The Big Bang, airs on BBC Two on Thursday 17th March at 9pm. Our cast includes Jessica Barden, Michael Smiley, Johann Myers and David Wilmot.
20,000 Days on Earth has won the Best Arts Documentary category at the Grierson Trust 2015 British Documentary Awards.
We will be making a new work in the Moog SoundLab at Ace Hotel London, to be experienced live on Monday 17th August in the hotel's live music venue, Miranda. In collaboration with Stuart Evers and the Bloomsbury Distillery.
We’re participating in Doug Aitken’s project ‘Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening’ at the Barbican Centre from 27th June until the 26th July 2015.
Our film 20,000 Days on Earth will have its UK television debut on Friday 1st May on Film4. Tune in (or record) at 11.05pm!
IDIOT BOX is a TV wall we have curated featuring single screen works by ten artists. The exhibition at Kate MacGarry from 6th March until 18th April includes the first video work we ever made together, from 1995.
It's a huge honour that our film, 20,000 Days on Earth has been nominated for the 2015 BAFTA Awards in the Best Documentary category. The EE British Academy Film Awards take place on Sunday 8 February at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London.
We're thrilled to have been presented the Douglas Hickox Award (Best Debut Director) at the 17th Annual Möet British Film Awards.
On Saturday 6th December EDIT will be presented at Whitechapel Gallery as part of the Film London Jarman Award Weekend. EDIT is a collaboration with musician Joe McAlinden. The film premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival earlier this year.
We're thrilled that our film 20,000 Days on Earth has been nominated for the best documentary prize at the 30th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards. The film has also received 5 nominations for the Cinema Eye Honors awards.
It's a huge honour to have our film 20,000 Days on Earth nominated for the 2014 Moët Independent Film Awards in three categories. The Awards will be announced on Sunday 7th December.
On Monday 3rd November at 7pm Tate Britain will present Transform: Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard. A screening of selected works will be followed by a Q&A with Tate curator Zoe Whitley.
Our film 20,000 Days on Earth featuring Nick Cave is now available to buy in the UK on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital.
A new gallery space dedicated to artists' moving image opens at Tyneside Cinema with EDIT, our film made in collaboration with musician Joe McAlinden and screenwriter Martin McCardie.
On 17th September the Barbican will host an exclusive gala preview of our first feature film, 20,000 Days on Earth, plus a unique live experience featuring Nick Cave live and very special guests. This will be broadcast to 150 cinemas in the UK.
We're thrilled to be shortlisted for the seventh edition of the annual Film London Jarman Award. A UK-wide touring programme will showcase the 10 shortlisted artists from September, culminating in December at the Whitechapel Gallery.
EDIT is a unique collaboration between musician Joe McAlinden, artists Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, writer Martin McCardie and arts producer Katie Nicoll that premieres at Edinburgh International Film Festival on Sunday 22nd June.
Our film 20,000 Days on Earth will screen at the Dark Mofo festival in Hobart, Tasmania. Both screenings are at the State Cinema, on 14th and 21st June. The screening on 14th will be followed by a Q&A.
20,000 Days on Earth opens the Beat Film Festival in Moscow. The opening night takes place on 27th May at Illusion Cinema and will be followed by a Q&A session with ourselves and Thomas Benski from Pulse Films.
The spectacular neoclassical courtyard at London's Somerset House will host the UK premiere of 20,000 Days on Earth on Wednesday 13th August as part of Film4 Summer Screen.
20,000 Days on Earth will open the Sydney Film Festival this summer on 4th June at the historic State Theatre in Sydney.
We're thrilled to have been chosen as the Artist In Focus at the Darklight Festival in Dublin this year. On Saturday 26th April from 4pm we will discuss and showcase a selection of work from throughout our career.
On Sunday 27th April we will be taking part in a panel discussion for Sundance London with Jarvis Cocker, Martin Wallace, Edwyn Collins and Grace Maxwell. Moderated by Tabitha Jackson.
On Friday 11 April we'll be at the BBC Art Screen Festival in Glasgow to take part in a panel discussion and to present a masterclass. Tickets are free from the CCA box office: 0141 352 4900
Our film 20,000 Days on Earth will close the New Directors/New Films Festival in New York on Sunday 30th March.
Our film 20,000 Days on Earth will feature in the True/False Film Festival in Columbia, Missouri from 27th February - 2nd March 2014.
We are delighted that our film 20,000 Days on Earth has won two awards at the Sundance Film Festival 2014. The World Documentary Directing Award and the Editing Award.
We are delighted to announce that the European Premiere of 20,000 Days on Earth will be in the Panorama section of Berlinale, the Berlin International Film Festival.
We're excited to announce that our feature drama-documentary 20,000 Days on Earth is currently in production and will be released in cinemas in 2014.
Our film Anyone else isn't you screens at MoMA, NY on 14 & 16 August. The screenings accompany the exhibition 'Soundings: A Contemporary Score'.
For this year's Vivid LIVE festival in Sydney we have teamed up with Scott Walker to create Bish Bosch: Ambisymphonic, a unique and immersive sonic re-imagining of his recent album, Bish Bosch that receives its world premiere at the Sydney Opera House.
'Londonion' is our new iPhone App commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella for ‘MerzBank’ based on a performance of a Kurt Schwitters' poem by the comic Stewart Lee that responds to your immediate surroundings.
Our video installation First Kiss is included in the exhibition "Terrible Two" at Villa du Parc Centre for Contemporary Art in France with Emilie Brout & Maxime Marion, Berdaguer & Péjus, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Dewar & Gicquel, McDermott & McGough, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille.
Our video First Kiss will feature in Take Two, an exhibition at FMAC in Geneva, curated by David Gagnebin-de Bons and Danaé Panchaud. The show runs 14-21 March 2013, and also features works by John Baldessari, Yael Bartana, Gianni Motti and Richard Serra.
File under Sacred Music will be screened at Leeds College of Art from 18-20 March and will be screened on a continuous loop from 10am - 4pm daily in the gallery at Blenheim Walk.
Our video installation Kiss My Nauman will feature in the exhibition Fans Attitudes - Images de L'Adoration at 106 in Rouen, France. Curated by Stephane Malfettes, the show runs 8 March - 4 May.
Jumpers (what must I do to be saved) is a newly commissioned video installation for a solo show at Live at LICA.
The final three installments of our film series Do you love me like I love you will be screened at the Brighton Film festival on 25th November at 7.30pm at The Basement.
File under Sacred Music will feature in Red, White and Blue, an exhibition at Chelsea Space from 7 November - 8 December.
Our trailer showcasing the making of Scott Walker's new album has just been released by 4AD. Watch it online now: www.bishbosch.com
The final three installments of our film series Do you love me like I love you have just been released. They feature on the DVD included with the reissued CD of each album.
We are curating the video art lounge for the London East End Film Festival, featuring work by Matt Calderwood, Jem Cohen, Vivienne Dick, Samuel Levack & Jennifer Lewandowski, Liliane Lijn, William Raban, Peter Savage, John Smith and Alan Zweig.
The final 3 films in our series of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds films, Do you love me like I love you, will premiere at Cine-East on 1 July as part of the East End Film Festival. The Screenings are free and take place on 1 July at Vibe Bar, Brick Lane, London E1.
Our film File under Sacred Music is included in the group show HOT TRIGGER at Newbridge Space, Newcastle alongside work by Lizzi Bougatsos, Debro Eilers, Martin Kohout, Oliver Laric and Jack Strange.
We're delighted to be presenting a solo exhibition at Lighthouse for the Brighton Festival. The show will feature File under Sacred Music and Do you love me like I love you, and opens to the public 5-26 May.
Walking After Acconci is featured as part of Hear It! (Part 2) organised by the Stedelijk Museum at Trouw, Amsterdam on 19 April alongside wok by artists including Marina Abramović, Alva Noto, Valie Export, Gary Hill, Bruce Nauman, Semiconductor and Peter Zegveld.
A new publication, Perform, Repeat, Record: Live Art in History, edited by Amelia Jones and Adrian Heathfield features a chapter about our practice including a conversation with ourselves and Andrew Renton.
On 17 February we will join Father Brian Ralph as guests of An Artist For Tea on London Fields Radio, hosted by Charlotte Bonham-Carter and Gemma Tortella.
ROMEO ECHO DELTA will be broadcast at an unspecified time turing the Acoustic Mirrors weekend at Zabludowicz Collection Friday 3 - Sunday 5 February. The event is organised by curating students from the RCA and Goldsmiths.
Our video installation Kiss My Nauman will feature in the exhibition Thank You For The Music at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Finland from 20 January to 17 June 2012. Curated by Kati Kivinen & Arja Miller.
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the inaugural Samsung Art+ Prize alongside Neil Cummings, Aura Satz, Doug Fishbone, Hiraki Sawa, Semiconductor, Torsten Lauschmann, Erika Tan, Lucky PDF, Thomson and Craighead.
Our series of films commissioned by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to accompany the re-issue of the band’s catalogue will be screened at Cinecity, the Brighton Film Festival, this December.
File under Sacred Music features in 'to pay respect to the generosity of the three-minute punk-rock song', the current exhibition at Crate Space in Margate. Curated by Toby Huddlestone, the show runs until 18 December.
From 10 November - 17 December 2011 we will be showing Romeo Echo Delta (Version A) at Kate MacGarry. Version B was broadcast this Halloween on BBC Radio Merseyside, after Version A was rejected by the BBC editorial policy board, who deemed it too realistic and likely to induce panic in their listeners.
This Halloween our new audio project ROMEO ECHO DELTA will be broadcast by BBC Radio Merseyside, accompanied by an ominous red light in the night sky above Birkenhead. Listen live on BBC Radio Merseyside 95.8fm from 10.30pm on 31 October.
On 1st October we will present Soon, a monumental new installation in Toronto for Nuit Blanche 2011 with an original soundtrack by Scanner.
In November, File under Sacred Music will be included in the exhibition Was I there? at Peter Scott Gallery, alongside work by Juneau Projects and Jamie Shovlin together with film footage, memorabilia and gig posters from the 70s and 80s.
On 11 October we'll be speaking at You Are In Control, an international conference for 'creatives in the digital world' taking place in Reykjavik, Iceland. This year the conference will take place in the brand new Harpa concert hall, where we will also be showing some of our films.
On 23 September at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Gusto Films presents Red Hot Shorts: Nick Cave Mixtape - The programme includes various projects we've made with the Bad Seeds and Grinderman over the last couple of years.
On Tuesday 13 June we'll be at the Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference to discuss Radio Mania, the 3D video and sound installation we made for the BFI in 2009.
Our video File under Sacred Music is included in the exhibition Replay at Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM), Luxembourg. Curated by Clément Minighetti, the show opens on 17 June and runs until 18 September.
Panel discussion on 2 June at the ICA with musician and performer Cosey Fanni Tutti, Professor of Fashion History Caroline Evans, Simon Reynolds and chaired by music writer Rob Young to discuss what the future holds for music and perhaps for art more widely.
Our film Walking After Acconci (Redirected Approaches) featuring Plan B is included in the inaugural exhibition at 68m2 Art Space in Copenhagen.
On 2 May, the premiere of our film about the classic Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album Murder Ballads will be presented at the Aubin Cinema by the East End Film Festival in association with The Quietus.
Premiere of our film about the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album The Boatman's Call at the Roundhouse in London on 14 May 2011. Screening followed by a Q&A with us and Kris Needs.
Two of our films, Anyone else isn't you (2005) and Make me yours again (2007) will feature in Tender Is The Night at City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand. The group show runs 7 May - 17 July 2011.
On Friday 25 March we'll be speaking at Tallinn Music Week in Estonia as part of a discussion on the distribution of creative content.
We've contributed a short text to The Book of Guilty Pleasures, edited by Song-Ming Ang and Kim Cascone and currently on show at the Singapore Biennale.
On 16 March at 7pm we'll be discussing our current exhibition at the South London Gallery with writer and novelist Michael Bracewell.
Our 3D film Radio Mania features in the new BFI Gallery Book, edited by Elisabetta Fabrizi and available now.
Premiere of our film about the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album No More Shall We Part. At the South London Gallery on 23 February. Screening followed by a Q&A with us and Max Décharné.
The South London Gallery will be presenting a programme of music videos we've directed as part of a free event on Wednesday 9th March.
We're hosting a discussion with Robin Ince, Ben Moor and Jo Neary exploring the dynamic and tension between a performer and their audience. It's on 16th February at the South London Gallery.
On Thursday 10th February we'll be presenting a film screening at the Whitechapel Gallery, in association with Lux. The programme will include old and new work and will be followed by a Q&A.
PUBLICSFEAR brings together film, video and sound works made over the past seven years. The exhibition will be at the South London Gallery from 4 February - 18 March.