6.30pm, Sunday 21 February 2016, Clubroom, CCA Glasgow
LUX Scotland moderates a panel discussion that explores the national climate for producing ambitious experimental film and artists’ moving image in Scotland. The panel is composed of: artist Luke Fowler; director of Collective Gallery Kate Gray; artist Lyndsay Mann; producer Katie Nicoll; producer Kate Parker; and moderated by Director of LUX Benjamin Cook. This panel will be open to your questions, and asks: how this sector can build on its foundations to better support artists’ ambitions for the future?
6.30pm, Thursday 18 February, 2016. CCA cinema, Glasgow
A programme of artists’ moving image works, commissioned by MAP, curated by Lyndsay Mann. Takes place 18 FEBRUARY, CCA CINEMA, GLASGOW, 18.30 – 19.50. Tickets on sale now!
Works by URSULA MAYER | SASKIA OLDE WOLBERS | STEVE CONNOLLY | JEM COHEN | MONA HATOUM | Intermissions by LYNDSAY MANN with recordings from the Sound Archive at the School of Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh
Image: ‘the entertainer’, intermissions as part of Say-so, Lyndsay Mann, 2016
Transmediale Festival, 3-7 February, 2016, Berlin, with Aarhus University, Contemporary Art Lab, Liverpool John Moores and Liverpool Biennial, and aprja, Denmark
6pm, Sunday 22 June 2014
A screening and discussion event organised by Glasgow-based artist Katherine MacBride in collaboration with Transmission Gallery. The artist has invited Amy Charlesworth (Art Historian and Curator, University of Leeds and Bradford University), Sophia Lycouris (Director of Graduate Research Centre, ECA) and Lyndsay Mann (Artist and PhD researcher, ECA) to talk alongside film and video works by Ursula Biemann, Manon de Boer and Emily Vey Duke/Cooper Battersby.
CCA > event page
Initiated by artist Lyndsay Mann. Developed in partnership with Edinburgh International Film Festival, and supported by Scottish Documentary Institute, LUX, and Edinburgh College Art, University of Edinburgh.
EIFF event page: http://www.edfilmfest.org.uk/films/2014/viewing-voices-a-symposium-discussing-the-use-of-the-voice-in-cinema
Viewing Voices page: http://viewing-voices.tumblr.com
This weekend, part of a group facilitating the public platform for conversation around themes within Tramway’s artists’ moving image festival, Sunday 29, 2pm – 3.30pm
– all welcome!
link to amif tumblr pages, programmed by Isla Leaver-Yap
‘..15 artists have been invited to create posters for each of the (horror) film titles, based on the supposedly blind-design method of Ghanaian cinema posters..’
The new posters will be featured weekly on this blog September – December 2013
Lyndsay Mann, Dream Demon – http://palaceprojects.blogspot.co.uk/
‘Palace Projects is an artwork by Darren Banks re-contextualizing the UK Palace Pictures company who were the leading British producer and distributor of film on VHS throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Palace Projects looks at Palace horror films in a wider context through artwork, writing, filmmaking and curating.
The ‘Annotated Palace Collection’ (APC) is comprised of two bodies of creative work. Firstly 15 writers have written short texts in response to each film. Secondly 15 artists have been invited to create posters for each of the film titles, based on the supposedly blind-design method of Ghanaian cinema posters.. Some of the most striking posters depict horror films, combining traditional belief systems, mythology, creative imagination and a graphic interpretation of a title.
The texts and images will be brought together in a small publication in 2014.’
Modern Edinburgh Film School, Talbot Rice Gallery, 1pm Friday 24 May 2013.
“Designed as an observation on Mann’s current work and research The Slow-Wave, a talk and film screening, draws on aspects of the confessional in artists moving image through mediations between character, narrative, the theatrical, and the intimate. It traces a number of conversations on Mann’s work and her sensitive and meticulously drawn approaches to the text, screen, performance and sculptural forms.
The Slow-Wave refers to a sleep state that consolidates memory, it is also the stage where sleepwalking, including the performance of simple everyday tasks, repetitive actions and spoken utterances, is most likely to take place.” Alex Hetherington, Modern Edinburgh Film School.
Films in the programme include:
you are what you think about most of the time, Chris Dyson & Katherine MacBride, 2012 (9:14)
TRANS, Mark Chapman, 2012 (7 min)
60 seconds the release, Lyndsay Mann, 2013 (1 min)
The Hand that Holds The Desert Down
Modern Edinburgh Film School
Friday March 15 2013, 6 – 8pm, film screening: 28 minutes, 20 seconds, loop
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Bill Scott Sculpture Centre, 21 Hawthornvale, Newhaven, Edinburgh, EH6 4JT
Modern Edinburgh Film School, in association with Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, launch a season of projects on film, poetry and sculpture
Supported by New Media Scotland’s Alt-w Fund
Supported by LUX
currently in residence at Careof DOCVA using their beautiful space as a studio,
developing and showing some new work in progress..
there will be an evening studio event and screening of recent works by selected artists from The Agent RiA channel on Monday 18 Feb, 19hr.
Careof DOCVA, Fabbrica del Vapore
Formed Where Found. A 2-person show with Stuart Bennett, 6 – 28 February 2013
Blip Blip Blip at East Street Arts, Patrick Studios, St Mary’s Lane, Leeds
Edition silkscreen print: Scene 3, Teasel and Scabious
‘For Formed Where Found Lyndsay Mann will be installing a de-ssembled version of her latest video project Citizens: Teasel and Scabious, employing re-edited and un-used footage from the film, printed script and rhythmic sound to focus on the elements of work, repetition and the absurd’
A fascinating role for me this autumn engaged as researcher, interviewer and producer of this short film for Zero Tolerance, which previewed at The Scottish Parliament on Thursday 6 December.
Commissioned by Zero Tolerance to mark the 20th Anniversary of the organisation, a charity working to tackle the causes of men’s violence against women. This short film looks at the beginnings of the campaign in Edinburgh in 1992 and the current focus for ZT in their work to affect positive social change in Scotland. Filmed by Daniel Warren.
Friday 14 – Sunday 16 September 2012
TRAMWAY FESTIVAL OF ARTISTS MOVING IMAGE in association with LUX
Join in! : http://www.tramway.org/events/Pages/Open-Critical-Forum.aspx
Forum group discussions – Friday 2pm – 4pm / Saturday + Sunday 11.30am – 1.30pm
For Creative Lab Lyndsay Mann will conduct a series of experiments exploring abstract forms of ventriloquism, voice-over and performance to camera, drawing on aural traditions, theatre and ethnographic film
Creative Lab residency, CCA Glasgow
Citizens:Teasel and Scabious (HD video still – cropped)
new studio work from the recent Inspace exhibition – material rites – video document in audio, video and installation
Material Rites, 18 – 31 March, Tues – Sun 12 – 8pm
at Inspace, 1 Crichton Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AB
It gives..., (detail) 2008. Photo credit: David Grinly
Lyndsay Mann works in diverse media, including sculpture, text, video, sound & installation.
Exhibitions include Material Rites, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London / Warehouse of Horrors, Studio Warehouse, Glasgow / Dense Mouth (solo show), FOUR gallery, Dublin / Heavy Influence, Edinburgh Art Festival / Echo Echo, Supermarket art fair, Stockholm / Imagine a Spectacle, Bloomsbury Theatre, London.
Residencies include Stills gallery, Edinburgh 2008/09 and the International Studio, TBG&S, Dublin 2008.
Lyndsay Mann studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art in London. She is currently based in Edinburgh.