videoclub is an artists’ moving image platform showing artists’ work across the UK and internationally. We support artists through curated programmes, engaging the public through screenings, exhibitions, talks, residencies and commissions.
We work in collaboration to develop inventive, stimulating events and opportunities to show artists’ film and video. Working with small collectives to large institutions, we exhibit work in cinemas, festivals, museums, galleries, non-arts spaces and outdoors, presenting diverse work by early career to established artists.
videoclub was established in 2005 by Laura Mousavi, Ben Rivers and Jamie Wyld. Since then we have shown work by over 350 artists, from early career artists to established, including Laure Prouvost, Semiconductor, Mark Titchner, Esther Johnson, Hetain Patel, Bureau of Inverse Technology, Sebastian Buerkner, Benedict Drew, Naheed Raza, Ellen Pau, David Blandy, Rachel Maclean and Wong Ping.
We have collaborated with various institutions and organisations, to develop programmes, including Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network, A Wall is a Screen (Germany), Videotage (Hong Kong), Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (UK), and Seattle International Film Festival. Presenting work at venues such as Whitechapel Gallery (London, UK), ICA (London, UK), Nottingham Contemporary (UK), CCA Glasgow (UK), ATA (San Francisco, USA), Echo Park Film Center (LA, USA), Chronus Art Center (Shanghai, China), SongEun ArtSpace (Seoul, S Korea) and Osage Gallery (Hong Kong).
As moving image continues to dominate visual culture – as shown at this year's Venice Biennale, Documenta and Turner Prize, the work of a new wave of emerging artist filmmakers chosen by Jarman Award shortlisted artists begins a tour of…