14 — 15
Tramway’s annual Artist Moving Image Festival, AMIF 2015, examines the role of collective thinking and making. Presenting collaborative forms of production and research, this year’s festival considers what it means for a group to constitute a single body of work and, inversely, how one can speak on behalf of collective thought or action.
As part of AMIF 2015’s special focus on the life and legacy of Stuart Marshall (1949 – 1993), artist Conal McStravick leads a workshop that invites participants to engage in collaborative work, collective reading, and group annotation. This workshop is limited to 20 places. Booking is essential and can only be made online here.
The festival includes programmes from Conal McStravick with Laura Guy and Ed Webb-Ingall, LUX Critical Forum Glasgow, Norms, tenletters, and Transmission; and includes work by Liam Allan, Catharine Anyango, Dan Auluk, Lorna Boschman, Emma Charles, Karen Cunningham, Lewis Den Hertog, Aideen Doran, Jemma Egan, Richard Fung, Warren Garland, John Greyson, Toby Huddlestone, Stuart Layton, Zoe Leonard and Catherine Saalfield, Maryniak and Mclean, Tom Kalin, Anja Kirchner and David Panos, Pratibha Parmar, Mathew Parkin, Fred Pedersen, Falke Pisano and Luca Frei, Yvonne Rainer, James Richards and Steve Reinke, Marlon Riggs, Emily Roysdon, Helke Sander, Jack Saunders, Susannah Stark, Alexander Storey Gordon, Elisabeth Subrin, Jane Topping, Charlie Tweed, Grace Williams, Laura Yuile, and more; as well as a special two-day focus on the legacy of the artist Stuart Marshall (1949 – 1993).
AMIF 2015 is programmed by collectives and collaborators with an explicit link to Glasgow, and co-organised by Tramway and LUX Scotland, with support from LUX.