Left to right: "Point and Shoot introduction", Léna Lewis-King 2020, 0:20'. "R E M", 2019, Andisiwe Makuni 1:27', 8mm. "GerminateExterminate", 2019, Jude Forster, 4:34', 8mm.
"Point and Shoot" was a moving image group exhibition with 32 participating artists, and it was held at Kingston School of Art's 'Platform Gallery' in January 2020.
The intention of the show was to demonstrate the creative diversity and power of film as a medium for art-making. The curation relied on a DIY, experimental correspondence between the works, the space and the objects around them. We screened videos in a variety of ways (projected onto objects, shown on 4:3 cube monitors, created live-looping feedback videos, and mounted screens) and along with the help of Lily Sullivan and her hand-made filmmaking props, we were able to make a few installation aspects of the show part of the main feature.
Read more about it here.
Left to right:
"Untitled", Leon Watts, 0:11'. "Tried by Water", 2019, Fiona Hardy + Chloe Cassoni, looped. "Syrup", Fiona Hardy + Léna Lewis-King, looped. "Paper Maché", 2020, Chloe Cassoni + Rosie Robson, 1:09''
Left to right:
"Point and Shoot Exhibition Trailer 1", 2019, Léna Lewis-King. Featuring Jude Forster, Léna Lewis-King and Tom Johnstone-Clarke, filmed by Tereza Havadejová, 2019, 0:30'.
"Point and Shoot Trailer 2", 2019, Léna Lewis-King. Featuring Lily Sullivan and Tom Johnstone-Clarke, filmed by Tereza Havadejová. 0:34'.