9th June - 17th September 2006
on the Power! Noise and Policies on Music, Vigo
17th October 2006
- 7th January 2007
on the Power! Noise and Policies on Music, Las Palmas
2nd February - 22nd
on the Power! Noise and Policies on Music, Vitoria
under Sacred Music features in the touring exhibition
Switch on the Power! Noise and Policies on Music, curated
Xabier Arakistain, which brings together 28 artists from the world
of art and music who employ similar performative and aesthetic strategies
as a means to construct discourses that often convey alternative
values and/or political critique. The show also features work by
Laurie Anderson, Bauhaus, Leigh Bowery, Diamanda Galas, Dan Graham,
Nina Hagen, Lene Lovich, Genesis P. Orridge, Peaches, Siouxsie Sioux
and Andy Warhol.
MARCO, Museum of Contemporary Art Vigo, Spain
CAAM, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas, Spain
Centro Cultural, Montehermoso, Vitoria, Spain
April - 23rd April 2006
Metropolis Rise: New Art from London. Shanghai, China
29th April - 14th May 2006
Metropolis Rise: New Art from London. Beijing, China
File under Sacred Music features
in Metropolis Rise: New Art from London, an exhibition
curated by Anthony Gross & Jen Wu (temporarycontemporary). Alongside
the film and various related documents and ephemera Iain & Jane
will present a specially created version of File under Sacred Music
(Reverberation) translated into Mandarin.
CQL Design Center, 50 Moganshan Lu, 200060
Dashanzi 798 Art District, No.4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District,
25th February - 26th March 2006
for People. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland
File under Sacred Music
features in a series of artists' films about music and performance
presented by the DCA. The season also features work by Johanna Billing,
Nick Raplh & Oliver Payne, Pierre Huyghe, Mathias Poledna, Phil
Collins, Mark Leckey and Mika Taanila. Check out the DCA
web site for full details of the programme and to confirm dates
and times for screenings.
Dundee DD1 4DY
February - 9th April 2006
Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam
File under Sacred Music
features in the exhibition iPod Killed The Video Star curated
by Ken Pratt and Boris van Berkum at Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam. Please
visit the gallery
web site for further information and the full line-up of artists
in the exhibition.
Showroom for Media and Moving Art
Witte de Withstraat 29-31
3012 BL Rotterdam the Netherlands
Open Wednesday - Sunday 12:00 - 18:00
Friday 2nd December 2005
Brighton Film Festival 2005
File under Sacred Music will be screened
as part of a programme of film-based works by Iain & Jane at
CineCity, Brighton's 3rd annual Film Festival.
Presented as part of 'The Basement Screenings' section
of the festival, the programme begins at 6pm, and will be
introduced on the night by Michael Connor, Head of Exhibitions at
BFI South Bank and the National Centre for the Moving Image.
The Brighton Fringe Basement
The Argus Lofts, 24 Kensington Street, Brighton BN1 4AJ
11th November - 10th December 2005
Video London in Espai Ubú, Barcelona
File under Sacred Music will be presented
at the Cultural Centre of Sant Andreu from 11th November for two
weeks. The exhibition will feature work by four artists and after
two weeks the work will transfer to Espai Ubu to be screened within
a compilation of short works by 21 artists for the remainder of
The programme is co-ordinated by Espai Ubú,
and selected by Keith Patrick and Jennifer Thatcher.
Young video art from London and the UK
Opening Party + night screening
Saturday 12 November 8 -11pm
Espai Ubú, Plaça Prim 2, 08005 Barcelona
Thursday 3rd November 2005
Side Cinema, Newcastle
File under Sacred Music is being screened
in Newcastle as part of an evening of artworks that engage in the
practice of re-enactment or the technical phenomenon of simulation.
Featuring: Nina Pope & Karen Guthrie, Ben Coode-Adams
Marcus Coates, Ulrike Kubatta, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,
Marisa S. Olson, and others.
This programme is supported by the University of Sunderland and
coincides with the exhibition “Once More… With Feeling”
at the Reg Vardy Gallery.
The Side Cinema is tucked behind the Side Café on Newcastle’s
Quayside. The cosy little cinema only seats 52 people and shows
a range of films distributed through non- commercial networks.
Further information: www.sidecinema.com
22nd July - 22nd August 2005
Handclaps - at Garage Festvial, Stralsund
Handclaps features films and documentaries oscillating
between music, media and art. It comments on pop music phenomena
in a non-linear and associative way. Programmed by Tim Tetzner,
File under Sacred Music features in the first section of the festival,
subtitled 'Pranksters'. For more information and full screening
details visit the festival web site.
at Garage Festival 2005 / Stralsund
Am Fährkanal 2, 18439 Stralsund, Germany
Garage Festival 2005 info: garage.in-mv.de
Monday 18th July 2005
The Hospital, London
A special one-off screening of File under Sacred
Music takes place in the cinema at The Hospital in Covent Garden,
London on Monday 18th July 2005. Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard's
recent film Anyone else isn't you was exhibited in the
gallery at The Hospital throughout June.
24 Endell Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9HQ
24th - 27th November 2004
18e Rencontres Parralèles, Normandie
File under Sacred Music can then be seen
at the Centre d'Art Contemporain de Basse-Normandie as part of 18e
Rencontres Parralèles. The festival runs from 24th - 27th
Le Centre d'Art Contemporain de Basse-Normandie
BP 59 € 7 passage de la Poste € 14200 Hérouville
Tel 02 31 95 50 87 - Fax 02 31 95 37 60
18th - 22nd November 2004
Viper Basel International Festival for Film, Video and New Media
File under Sacred Music has been nominated
for Viper 2004 taking place in Basel from 18th - 22nd November.
A temporary installation is being created at the Gare du Nord in
Basel on Saturday 21st November. The festival features screenings,
installations, performances, workshops a conference and more.
St. Alban-Rheinweg 64 - 4052 Basel - CH
Tel +41.61.283 27 00 - Fax +41.61.283 27 05
Bahnhof für Neue Musik (im Bad. Bahnhof Basel)
Schwarzwaldallee 200, CH-4058 Basel
Saturday 21st August 2004
Vinyl #2 - Redux, Commercial Street, London E1
Vinyl is a series of collaborations with artists
and musicians that proposes the construction of a social space in
the form of a nightclub, that calls into question its own foundation,
in the general terms of sound and image.
The Vinyl #2 event and party at Redux featured a screening
of File under Sacred Music alongside work by Kalwinder Bajar, Ellen
Cantor, Shezad Dawood, Mark Dean, FLAG, Marc Hulson, Wolfe Lenkiewicz,
Melanie Manchot, Steven Micalef, Derek Ogbourne, Paul O’Neill,
Douglas Park, Esther Planas, Riviera F, Mark Aerial Waller and music
from Paul O’Neill, Riviera F, FLAG; with recordings by Nikki
Giovanni and Soul, Funk and Jazz artists from the Revolutionary
Era of "Soul!” (1968 -1973)
Friday 20th August 2004
Bowieart Film Night- Portobello Film Festival, Westbourne Studios,
The Bowieart film night was presented as part of the Portobelllo
Film Festival. A highlight of the evening was a screening of File
under Sacred Music.
The Bowieart Film Nights are an opportunity to catch
rarely seen work by a selection of exciting emerging artists based
in the UK and USA working in film today. The most recent selection
includes a mélange of wit, absurdity, twisted narrative,
popular culture and escape into the downright fantastical.
For full line-up details visit bowieart.com
26th June - 18th July 2004
From Here To Eternity (and back again) - Generator Projects, Dundee
A group show curated by Dan Howard-Birt featuring File under
Sacred Music as well as work by Katy Dove, Nick Evans, Dylan
Shipton, Kate Street and Mark Titchner.
Generator Projects is located at 25-26 Mid Wynd, Dundee
DD1 4JG, Scotland. For more information contact the gallery at email@example.com
/ 01382 225982.
Foundation Adriano Olivetti, Rome
Part of a series of screenings of videos never seen in Italy before,
titled Love Me Before I Die #1 a video survey curated by
Luca Lo Pinto. Inatalled in the Foundation Adriano Olivetti
Project Space at Via G.Zanardelli, 34, 00186 Roma. Visit their
web site at: www.fondazioneadrianolivetti.it
March - April 2004
This Much Is Certain - Royal College of Art, London SW7
Presented along with the original notes and shooting script from
making the film. This much is certain was an exhibition
at the Royal College of Art, London also featuring: Miriam Bäckström,
Daniel Baker, Gerard Byrne, Dexter Dalwood, Jeremy Deller, Huang
Yongping, Emily Jacir, John Massey, Aernout Mik, Museum of Jurassic
Technology, Kirsten Pieroth, Jamie Shovlin, Jeffrey Vallance.
The exhibition catalogue includes a new essay by writer
and critic Tom McCarthy - his first-hand account of the events on
the day of the filming of File under Sacred Music along
with previously unpublished photographs documenting the making of
the project. For more information visit: www.cca.rca.ac.uk/thismuchiscertain.
11th February 2004
National Film Theatre, London SE1
An excerpt was screened as part of Artist's Films on Music Culture
- films and videos by artists including Mark Leckey, Rodney Graham
and David Blandy. The screening was presented in collaboration with
the Hayward Gallery. For more information: www.bfi.org.uk/showing/nft/
7th February 2004
Gage Festival, Hull
Screened as part of an annual festival organised by Hull Time
Based Arts. This special evening event also featured a live
performance by ex-Spacemen 3 main-man Sonic Boom. For more information:
Friday 19th December
Presented at Roadmender on the same night as The Damned
played live as part of their UK tour.
Friday 14th November
A special one-night-only event to premiere File under Sacred
Music in Oslo at Schaufenster, 20 Seilduksgata 31.
October - December 2003
Charade - Impressions Gallery, York
Installed in one of the lower galleries as part an exhibition exploring
diverse notions of identity, fantasy and performance. Part of SightSonic
2003, York's International Digital Arts Festival. Visit www.impressions-gallery.com
for more information about the gallery.
28th August 2003
Video Acts ICA Gallery Talk - ICA, London SW1
A gallery talk at the ICA by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard about
the Video Acts exhibition and discussing performance based
video works. File under Sacred Music was screened alongside
selected works from the ICA exhibition including Vito Acconci and
26th July 2003
Bootleg - Spitalfields Market, London E1
Exhibited as part of a site-specific show curated by Craig Burnett,
Pernilla Holmes, Sarah Grainger-Jones, Pablo Lafuente, Tom Morton
and Catharine Patha. The project took place in Spitalfields
13th June 2003
We're coming to take you away hurrah!! - ICA, London SW1
Screened in London for the first time
at a special event at the ICA organised by Iain Forsyth & Jane
Pollard. Featuring live performances from The Parkinsons, Holly
Golightly, Banned and The Courgettes as well as film projections
from Core Arts, performances and DJ's in the ICA Bar.
2nd May 2003
Showroom Cinema, Sheffield
First cinema presentation of the film, presented in association
with The Site Gallery.
Shooting Live Artists - Site Gallery, Sheffield
First public presentation of File under Sacred Music. A
large-scale projection was installed in Persistence Works next door
to the gallery for the duration of Art Sheffield. After
this, the film was moved into the gallery as part of the Shooting
Live Artists exhibition.