Landscape of Forgotten Futures
Human and Swarm in a dance of digital light, set in faded industrial beauty
Suspended beneath the exquisite art deco rooflight in the Control Room by Virgil Borbiro, an immersive artwork by Brigitta Zics challenges our notion of control, independence, boredom, and aesthetics.
Spanning 100 years, these two pieces share an obsession with cutting edge technology and stunning craftsmanship. With AI around the corner, this film lightly raises questions of humanity, society and algorithmic modelling and reminds us how quickly the possibilities of our past can become forgotten futures.
Landscape of Forgotten Futures is accompanied by short documentary Art in Space which examines the role architecture plays in the search for the perfect setting when curating location-specific art installations.
18′ + 5′ Art In Space : contact us for release details
Screenings and Selections:
- IMAGEN: Festival Internacional de la Imagen, Colombia
- SPECIAL ARTIST SCREENING: Budapest, Hungary
- SPECIAL ARTIST SCREENING: Preview, Slovenia
A film about ornament, conflict, fashion and maths
Award winning architecture where design is used as an agent of change. World renowned theorist Charles Jencks and acclaimed architect Zaera-Polo debate a building whose unique facade screens an ambitious organisational experiment inside. This was never going to be simple (…more.)
Best Director of a Feature Documentary (Madrid)
Best Cinematography in a Documentary (Madrid)
- IDFA International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam (Market)
- MEDIMED Euro Med Documentary Market Spain (Market)
- ADFF Architecture & Design Film Festival (New York)
- Lund Architecture International Film Festival (Sweden)
- SDDFF San Diego Design Film Festival
- IFF International Film Festival Madrid
- Archi-Flix Film Festival (Melbourne)
- Archi-Flix Film Festival (Sydney)
60′: contact us for release details.
Iguanadons to Engine Rooms: characters in space, time and landscape
Jeremy Gardiner is a man who paints time. Borrowing from earth sciences, his art spans the vastness of geological time that layers our landscape. But now the clock is ticking as he prepares for a new exhibition. How to make sense of hundreds of prints and paintings with the opening only hours away?
In probably the only film ever to feature Jesmonite* we move from behind the scenes of the exhibition to visceral anecdotes of swamps and clifftops, locating this leading contemporary artist within the broader tradition of British landscape art.
10′: contact us for release details.
*Look it up. You know you want to.
- SPECIAL ARTIST SCREENING: University Gallery, Northumbria
- PUBLIC SCREENING: The Quarry, Dorset