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Thank you to everyone who joined us for The hole together, the fourth and final Episode of Alex Baczynski-Jenkins’ exhibition, The tremble, the symptom, the swell and the hole together. The exhibition is now in its final week, open this Friday-Sunday, 11-12 March, 2-6pm. Please click here to read more about the commission. Images are by Mark Blower.

Thank you also to everyone who participated in the half-day workshop in music video production led by video production company Chocolate Films on Saturday, organised as part of our Stop Play Record programme. Please join us on Thursday 9 March, 7pm, when João Florêncio, Lecturer in History of Modern and Contemporary Art and Visual Culture at University of Exeter, will give a talk drawing on Alex Baczynski-Jenkins’ new work at Chisenhale Gallery. This event is free to attend but booking is recommended. To find out more and reserve a place, please click here.

Applications for the 2017-18 Stop Play Record programme are now open. Running over a three-year period (2015-18), Stop Play Record is for creative young people aged between 16-24 years who are interested in making experimental short films. Selected from an annual open call, filmmakers will work with a range of professionals working with moving image to conceive and produce short films. To find out more about Stop Play Record and the application process, please click here.

See short films from the first year of the Stop Play Record programme at the Playback Festival, running 9-12 March at the ICA in London. The Playback Festival brings together 145 short films by young artist filmmakers, including films by Ayo Akingbade and William Glass who participated in the first year of our Stop Play Record programme, in one interactive exhibition. For more information on the festival including a free programme of filmmaking workshops and guest talks, please click here.

Chisenhale Gallery programme alumni with exhibitions opening shortly include Hillary Lloyd whose commission at Dorich House Museum, Kingston, is launched this Wednesday, Gillian Wearing whose exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London, opens this week, and Patrick Staff whose solo show, Weed Killer, opens at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, this weekend. Later this year, Chisenhale Gallery programme alumni Lubaina Himid, Ann Veronica Janssens, Amalia Pica, Bob and Roberta Smith and Bill Woodrow will be included in the Folkestone Triennial 2017. We would also like to congratulate Shen Xin, a 2016 participant in our 21st Century programme, on being awarded the BALTIC Artists’ Award 2017. To find our more about Chisenhale Gallery’s historic programme, please visit our archive here.

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