During this years Abandon Normal Devices festival, White Mountain will be screened alongside a preview of new project When Objects Dream, a film in collaboration with Ben James as part of the Rare Minerals programme. Please join myself and Ben James for the film screening and Q&A. The festival runs from the 21st-24th September in Castleton, Peak District National Park.
White Mountain is programmed in the official selection at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017.
The film will be screening in the Doc/Visions Shorts category on Monday 16th June at 18:30 and has also been nominated for the in competition section - New Talent Award.
White Mountain will be screening as part of the Lanceurs d'alerte Festival at La Gaîté Lyrique running from 11-29th January 2017.
The short film program examines the influence of technology on terrestrial ecosystems in the geological period of the Anthropocene and its impact on the climate. By revealing hidden infrastructures, questioning the experts' monopoly of truth, or pushing post-human scenarios to the extreme, artists deconstruct the great stories that freeze the future.
White Mountain will be screening alongside films by Susan Schuppli, Moreshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke. 5pm 29th January.
Private View: 20th October 2016, 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: 21 October – 12 November 2016
Opening hours: Thurs-Sat, 12-6pm
The bunker’s reemergence in the cloud has made disaster recovery readily available, in part by making disaster constantly imaginable. Tung-Hui Hu
South Kiosk presents And the Earth Screamed, Alive*, a solo exhibition by Emma Charles, featuring a multi media installation of her 16mm film White Mountain (2016).
South Kiosk has invited Emma Charles for And the Earth Screamed, Alive to transform its space and take the viewer on a journey through the concealed and protected architecture of the data center, creating an immersive installation by deconstructing 16mm film project White Mountain, through a combination of projections, tv screens, monitors and print, this solo presentation focuses on the handling of digital information. Also for this exhibition Charles has created a soundscape using a variety of audio recording devices. Gathering vibrations and electromagnetic sounds from the rock face above the data center as well as deep inside the server rooms itself, Charles has created an audio composition both revealing and processing the reverberations of the hidden environment.
*“And the Earth Screamed, Alive” Jussi Parrika, A Geology of Media, University of Minnesota Press (2015).
Very please to be part of this exhibition at HKW, Berlin. 'Nervous Systems' is part curated by Tactical Technology Collective, an organisation seeking to promote the use of digital technologies in activism. Opens 11th March!
Delighted to be nominated for the Magnum Graduate Photographers Award 2015!
Always pleased to show my work in new and interesting contexts. Fragments on Machines has been included in Men Gather, in Speech...- an exhibition of moving image work by Emma Charles, Abri de Swardt + Rose English. Preview: Thursday 22 January, 5.30-7.30pm
First show of 2015! By Set Square, Compass and Eye — Emma Charles and Alicja Dobrucka. Opens in a week at South Kiosk!
Fragments on Machines installation view
I am very pleased to announce the opening of my solo show 'Surfaces of Exchange' at Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space, London. Private view Tuesday 14th January from 6.30pm!
Fragments On Machines will also be screened at a one-off event on Friday 28 February 2014 from 6 – 8pm as part of SLAM Last Fridays.