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21 MARCH 2015

Loophole Cinema: artist collective exploring film in an expanded form

"1989 -1998 A collective of artists, specialising in large scale installation and performance work, usually of a site specific nature."

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16mm1989artist collectiveaudiovisual performance • Bea Haut • Ben Hayman • bodily intervention • British artistcelluloidexpanded cinemaexperimental artistic practices • exterior skin • film in an expanded form • film projection • Greg Pope • image creation • inter-related moments • interactive shadow engines • interior space • Ivan Pope • Javanese shadow puppets • kinetic machinery • large scale installationlight projection • Loophole Cinema (artist collective) • magic lanternmaterial practicemulti-screen • multi-screen projection • multi-screen projection works • multiscreen projections • non-representationaloptical toy • Paul Rodgers • performance work • pre-cinematic history • projected image • projection works • self and surroundings • shadow photographyshadow playsilent film • site-responsive works • site-specific installation • videorama technologies • visual abstractionvisual pattern

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Simon Perkins
02 APRIL 2012

Disinformation: 'The Origin of Painting'

"The Origin of Painting' by Disinformation – luminous graffiti, live electromagnetic sound and shadow photography, autodestructive portraiture and experimental painting installation, live at Fabrica Gallery, Brighton, UK, Nov 2001. A huge new version of 'The Origin of Painting' features in 'The Party Project' fiesta (organised by J&B, Diageo and Advanced Music / Sonar Festival) – a major exhibition of urban street art and graffiti culture that tours Seville, Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona, La Coruña, Malaga in July and August 2008. …

This Disinformation installation was first exhibited under the title 'Artificial Lightning' at The Hayward Gallery in London in April 2000. The installation takes its current name from the painting 'The Maid of Corinth, or The Origin of Painting' depicted by Joseph 'Wright of Derby' in 1782 (and Disinformation's tribute was exhibited at Q Arts, 35 Queen Street, Derby in June 2004, just a few doors from Wright's former home at 26 Queen Street, Derby). This exhibit also inspired the production 'Luminous' by experimental choreographer Saburo Teshigawara, on which Disinformation worked with the Japanese dance company Karas. 'The Origin of Painting' also inspired a project called 'Anti Matter' (exhibited at Huddersfield, Wrexham etc) – a Disinformation video which explores themes suggested by ideas of the physicist Paul Dirac."

('Disinformation' Aka Joe Banks, YouTube)

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1782 • 2001 • Anti Matter (installation) • art installation • Artificial Lightning (installation) • autodestructive portraiture • Disinformation (pseudonym) • electromagnetic sound • experimental • experimental painting installation • graffiti culture • Joe Banks • Joseph Wright of Derby • live performanceluminous • luminous graffiti • painting • Paul Dirac • Saburo Teshigawarashadowshadow photography • The Origin of Painting • This Disinformation (installation) • UK • urban street art • virtual graffitivisual spectaclevisualisation

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Simon Perkins
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