Experimenting with the medium through play. Today was lowering and raising the pitch on my own voice then adding it to the short. The photography is my own, I decided on a panoramic view for the width then using my finger on a laptop drew over the image creating a series of frames to animate.
A short moving image using my photography and finger drawing on the laptop mouse pad. I have become more and more interested in moving image so this was a great opportunity to use images I already had for a project in a new direction. We use what we have available to us in lockdown. This I believe is one of my strengths, I adapt. I like many artists have been hit quite hard by the lockdown and with little in the way of money and resources it was up to me to find new ways to continue being creative. The added sounds are also from my own recordings.
It is a visual representation based on the theory by James Lovelock of Earth’s atmosphere as “a component part of the biosphere rather than as a mere environment for life” (J. E. Lovelock and L. Margulis Tellus, 1974). It starts slow, that was deliberate.
Of course most of my images are of Japan, specifically Tokyo. Actually I did consider should I use those and then thought actually it is perfect as a people they do have a greater understanding of working together as part of the whole than we in the west.
Old Brompton Gallery 238 Old Brompton Rd, London
Fri, 15 May, 11:00 – Sun, 17 May, 18:00
*UPDATE: London Photo Festival 2020*
With the latest government advice about COVID-19, it is with sadness that we have decided to reschedule our May Festival.
We realise that this will be a disappointment to you but the health and well-being of our exhibitors, visitors and suppliers are of paramount important to us.
We are working with the venue to get a new date booked in for the autumn and will forward this information as soon as we have confirmation.
Go well, stay well.
Emma & Kit
The Salisbury Museum, The King's House, 65 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EN Tel: 01722 332151
Salisbury-Museum-Making-your-Mark-Introduction-Contemporary-Drawing-Tina-Lane In this workshop, led by Tina Lane, you will be exploring approaches to mark making in response to the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize Exhibition. No previous experience required just a willingness to experiment and to have fun.
Please note, this workshop is limited to 12 places.
The retelling of the story of the concrete boat; a tale inspired by a sleepless night and an accidental object.
An immersive experience, experimental installation and performance exploring layers of confusion and belonging through sound, light and objects.
Xiao Xiao on Set
This is a piece devised by Rochyne Delaney McNulty, an MA performance design student at the University of Leeds, in collaboration with Jonathan Parker (hoppla creative and Inkwell arts) and with much help from the technicians from stage@leeds.
The piece is story, and originally an object and promenade performance, through experiences with technology and live performance it has developed it into a sound installation with interactive live elements. It requires you to listen, interact and make choices.
Lily Ann Procella
Pedro Sánchez Cervera
Ten Days of Art | Online Artist Residency 1st-10th March. Murze is delighted to be hosting 14 talented artists across our platform, these artists have taken part in our Ten day Artist residency.
Rhonda Barrett, Laura Keeling, Joanna Collins, Gosia Tomczuk, Tina Lane,
Elise Vincent, Cheryl Votzmeyer, Shaun Cochran, Andrew Frausto, Natalie Richard,
Iliana Theodoropoulou, Tara Taheri, Jessie Martin, Xiaobi Pan, Jen hours
WSA MA Show, 2018. Being Human. Video Documentation
The first part of the video is just recording the sounds of the bars within the space prior to the completion of the installation. At this stage no lighting had been added.
The second part, (1:16) is showing visitors engaging with the work when it was complete with the lighting effect. It was quite impromptu, so all I had was my phone to record on. They gave me permission to use it.
The University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ
This exhibition showcases work by four students from Winchester School of Art’s Fine Art Department. Henry Frampton (BA), Moylin Ho Knit Chong (BA), Bryn Lloyd (BA) and Tina Lane (MA)
A two day event following on from the artist collective formed last year by The John Hansard Playground Event, we got together to further explore how play helps both collaborative and individual practices. With much thanks to 'a space arts' for the use of the the wonderful space at The Arches, Southampton..
Where do I begin?? Two glorious months in amazing Tokyo.
I mostly used digital imagery as I took night walks around the the back streets of Tokyo. Each night a different area, incredibly safe.
My work was documented for Fuji Television.
I created work from what was available and visited so many galleries I lost count.
Marketplace Studios 18-19 Marketplace, Stockport SK1 1EU
Submit.Exhibit. Is an exhibition that celebrates risk taking and impulsiveness. The selected artists are challenging their all too common fear of the blank page. By making work in only five minutes. This leaves no room for panic or doubt, leaving only creative instinct.
This exhibition brings together otherwise unrelated artists, from differing disciplines and locations, linked only by those short 5 minutes. With no constraints other than time, the artists were free to indulge in the playfulness of creativity.
Curated and organised by Molly Newport and Chloe Beecham.
The latest show at SHOWCASE GALLERY – Beauty Right There – selects works from over 30 of this year’s fine artists, illustrators, photographers, graphic artists and fashion students from a variety of disciples. Striking photographs, 3D masks, handmade books and an entire museum emporium with newly invented specimens, will be on show this year.
The exhibition runs until from July to August 21.
Entry to the Solent Showcase Gallery is free and it is open from 11am-6pm, Monday to Friday and 11am to 5pm on Saturdays.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Aspex’s latest exhibition is a chase of contradictions.
The Platform Graduate Award 2015 profiles new emerging talents from universities of the South East region, and the selected participants have created a collective and daring exhibition.
Tina Lane’s structures seem to be sprouting out of the wall, fragile and ethereal, like sensations found at the edge of consciousness. Do not blink while observing these. By the time you open your eyes they might be gone, or worse, shattered into a million pieces. Twelve consecutive attempts to capture the movement of a flame, or the sunray inside a cloud, or the blinking of a water drop as it jumps above the lake.
Participating Artists: Paul Benham, Holly Child, Ejaz Christilano, Lina Ivanova, Julia Keenan, Joanne Key, Nathan Klein, Tina Lane, Amelia Marsh, Gemma McGrath, Emma McKinney, Jasmine O’Hare, Cathryn Quail,
What is Play Ground?
For four days this July, artists, creatives and practitioners have been invited to experiment within the space and develop their practice in potentially new and varied directions through collaboration and artist-led activity. From 13-16 July, John Hansard Gallery will be a test space for new ideas as a group of artists come together to consider the question ‘How can play help us to explore individual and collaborative practice?’
Invitation to Open House
On Saturday 16 July, we invite you to join us as we open the gallery for you to investigate the results of this four day experimental project Play Ground. From 2-6pm you will be able to meet the artists, explore the space, experience artist led-sessions, and be part of the evolving discussion.
Following this from 6-8pm there will be a chance to share a drink together, alongside screenings of short artist films based around the concept of ‘Play’. This includes PLAYAWAY, a film about Somerstown Adventure Playground, Portsmouth and Somerville Adventure Playground, London (a project by Delta Arts).
Keep an eye on the Facebook event for up to date information on the day.
All are welcome to drop in on the day – open house!
Participating artists include: Letty Clarke, Jonathan Kelham, Alys Scott-Hawkins, Tina Lane, Bevis Fenner, Eloise Rose, Debbie Lee, Dave Hubble, Jill Laudet, Bettina Fung, Deborah Gearing, Savinder Bual, Ana Cozendey and Maja Hill.