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30/5/2017

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday 27 May for a discussion on commissioning and producing artists' moving image with Maeve Brennan; Ali Roche, Producer, Spike Island Film and Video at Spike Island; and Ellen Greig, Exhibitions and Events Curator at Chisenhale Gallery. This event was part of our Stop Play Record programme, a three year initiative for young people aged 16 - 24 years interested in experimental film. Images are from the event, by Sam Nightingale. 

This is the final week to see Brennan’s new film, The Drift. The exhibition is open Wednesday-Sunday, 12 – 6pm. Screenings take place on the hour, with the last screening at 5pm. Join us on Thursday 1 June for three evening screenings of the work in conjunction with First Thursdays, when the gallery remains open until 9pm on the first Thursday of each month. The last screening of Maeve Brennan’s The Drift will be at 8pm. 

Media coverage of the exhibition to date includes Frieze, Artforum, ArtReviewStudio InternationalAesthetica and Apollo.Visit the Audio/Video section of our website to watch Maeve Brennan in conversation with Erika Balsom, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies and Liberal Arts at King’s College London. 

Chisenhale programme alumni with shows opening this week include Nicholas Mangan at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, and Peter Wächtler at Schinkel Pavillion, Berlin. Other Chisenhale programme alumni with recently opened shows include Rachel Whiteread at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, and Wolfgang Tillmans at Foundation Beyeler, Basel. The Absent Museum at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels, continues until 13 August, including works by Chisenhale programme alumni Thomas Hirschhorn, Wolfgang Tillmans and Peter Wächtler. After the Fact, a new group exhibition opening at Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, Munich, opens today featuring work by forthcoming programme participant Hannah Black. To read about the artists’ Chisenhale Gallery commissions and to find out more about our historic programme, please visit our Archive.


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