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New Project Supported by Barbican & Arts Council

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Pleased to announce that Eelyn Lee's new moving image project, 'Monster' has been selected by the Barbican to be developed during a 5-day lab in their Pit Theatre next month. Subsequently, the Arts Council England have offered their support in funding the project through their Grants for the Arts strand.

‘Monster’ is a five-day exploratory lab, exploring new ways of making moving image content through processes of devising and improvisation.

By interrogating notions of ‘demons and fear’ Eelyn will collaborate with a group of artists and performers to create a monster story set in a fictional place along the Thames estuary.

The results will be shared with an audience in the Barbican Cinema, hosted by film curator, Gareth Evans and be further developed next year in a real estuary setting where Eelyn aims to produce a long-form moving image work.

The lab will take place 1st - 5th December, 2014
The showcase event is Thurs 11th Dec at 4.30 - 6.00pm. If you would like to attend please e.mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Monster will be developed through the Open LAB scheme at Barbican/Guildhall
Image: Under Water Cow Feeding from video clip by Peter Roberts © Peter Roberts 2011



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