Connect / Exchange

Artist residency, Dennis Isou
3 - 22 February 2014

Newcastle-based artist group Dennis Isou are undertaking an artist residency at A3 in partnership with the School of Art, Birmingham as part of Connect/Exchange, a Northern Film & Media initiative.

Dennis Isou is the pseudonym for the collaboration between recent graduate artists Mark Bleakley and Josh Wilson. Their projects include a residency at The Northern Charter and curating Musée Imaginaire, a series of talks and screenings in disparate spaces across Newcastle.

Following on from their performance-essay at Northern Charter, Newcastle in 2013, Isou will present a second version of A Crack in the Window for a small audience at A3.

For the project Isou is collaborating with London-based sound artist Tim Bamber. This performance is the focal point of their residency at A3 Project Space as part of the Connect-Exchange initiative by Northern Film and Media and is supported by the School of Art, Birmingham.

Following their residency at A3 they plan to produce a publication on return to Newcastle.

They will be blogging about their residency, follow the twitter feed #connectexchange to keep track of new posts

A Crack in the Window
Thurs 20 February, 7pm
FREE - book via Eventbrite

Through fictional writing, film, installation and performance Denis Isou present a playful and intimate table-top performance that will discuss and play with the moving image, passivity and the action of spectating.

Their performance will be produced in collaboration with sound artist Tim Bamber and is supported by the School of Art, Birmingham.

Connect/Exchange is a Northern Film & Media initiative in partnership with The NewBridge Project, Metal and A3 project Space. It is supported by Arts Council England through Grants for the Arts, The European Regional Development Fund, and a-n The Artists Information Company..

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