ebc nawki screening


nawki artist films screening w/12o collective 

off-site Bristol screening
13th july 6.30pm-9pm,  BEEF,  brunswick club, Bristol

an evening of artist films
featuring ebc artists: hazel brill, jaf yusuf, lewdjaw, karanjit panesar, mcgilvary white, georgia gendall, daniela zahlner, jemma egan, anya stewart maggs

also shown simultaneously at, and featuring works from, CBS Gallery, Eastside Projects ESP, Focal Point Gallery, HUTT, Ladette Space, Limbo Limbo, SERF, SPUR, and The White Pube

nawki or ‘not as we know it’ began last year,

with the intention to experiment with the art fair model, each iteration shifts its focus to a different framework with a selection of arts organisation/spaces across the UK invited to participate, resulting in a cross organisation collaborative outcome.

this year the fair will take the form of an artist film screening, experimenting with a platform specifically for digital, time-based works, where the shows constraints are responsive to the medium, becoming primarily durational, opposed to physical.

each organisation is invited to contribute a segment of artists digital and video work that will be compiled to make a two hour long showcase, with each slot as the organisations respective ‘exhibition’.

the resulting video will be screened simultaneously, at every participating space throughout the UK on 13th July starting at 6.30pm.

2017 nawki participating organisations are:

CBS Gallery

Eastside Projects ESP


Focal Point Gallery


Ladette Space

Limbo Limbo



The White Pube

nawki is kindly supported using public money by Arts Council England.



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