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no.w.here

Venue  |  Exhibitions
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no.w.here
First Floor
316-318 Bethnal Green Road
London E2 0AG
United Kingdom
Venue Type: Alternative Space
QUICK FACTS
Contact
James Holcombe
Phone
+44 (0)207 7294494
DESCRIPTION

Formed in 2004, no.w.here is a not for profit artist run organization based in Tower Hamlets that combines film production alongside critical dialogue about contemporary image making. As an artist run platform no.w.here has supported the production of artist works, run multiple workshops and critical discussions and actively curated performances, screenings, residencies, publications, events and exhibitions. no.w.here,s national and international projects explore political and aesthetic questions around contemporary image production and systems of distribution and no.w.here’s ideas come directly from a participatory artistic practice that does not take these terms for granted. no.w.here is committed to high quality collaborations from major museums to local initiatives. Recent projects include "The Cinema of Prayoga": a 5 year research project and UK tour of Indian Experimental film: "The Free Cinema School" a contemporary film pedagogy: "Sequence": a new journal of artists writing on the moving image: "Light Reading” a platform for direct discussion between artist and audience: "Instructions for Films" films made without the camera and "Image | Event" a platform for critical discourse within the "Image Mouvement" exhibition at the Centre for Contemporary Art Geneva. no.w.here was founded by Karen Mirza and Brad Butler. www.mirza-butler.net.

no.w.here's bespoke film equipment is not available anywhere else in the UK.

no.w.here is an equal opportunities organisation and does not discriminate on grounds of race, gender, or disability.