GERARD ORTÍN

GERARD ORTÍN

GERARD ORTÍN

 

 

 

REGULATED WILD

REGULATED WILD

REGULATED WILD

14  - 23 JUNE 2019
Opening on Friday 14 JUNE, 18.00 - 21.00

14 JUNE - 23 JUNE 2019
Exhibition opening Friday 14 JUNE, 18.00 – 21.00

14 JUNE - 23 JUNE
Exhibition opening Friday 14 JUNE 18.00 – 21.00

Often the boundaries surrounding a forest, a mountain, a field, or even a nature reserve, are permeable and contingent, much like the terminology we use to designate them. Despite their contingency, these not always evident boundaries mark a distinction between what is in one place and what in another. They determine what lies inside and what is left outside of their delimitation, defining spaces which — given their nature or their distinct way of operating — behave to a greater or lesser degree as islands, despite not being literally isolated. They are often ecosystems that are threatened by the impact of human activity and that require assistance or intervention — ironically, also human — to conserve them and preserve their purity.

Text by Alexandra Laudo.

'Regulated Wild' is part of DEMO  – Deptford Moving Image Festival, which takes place across several venues in Deptford and features a programme of screenings, live performances, and exhibitions. This first edition of DEMO — Hyperworlds — investigates new processes of worldmaking by glimpsing into the fractures of a world order that is now in deep crisis.  More information on their further programme can be found here; de-mo.info.

Throughout June, July and August SEAGER is presenting a summer season of guest curated exhibitions and events. This exhibition was organised by Felice Moramarco.

Gerard Ortín Castellví (b. 1988, Barcelona) is an artist and filmmaker now based in London, studying on the Goldsmiths Artists' Film and Moving Image course, after completing an MA at Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). His works problematize the idea of “nature” and its imagery, often looking at human and more-than-human relations. He reflects this interest in films, sound installations and walk-performances.

 

Made possible thanks to generous support from the London Archers and Goldsmiths Alumni and Friends Fund.

Often the boundaries surrounding a forest, a mountain, a field, or even a nature reserve, are permeable and contingent, much like the terminology we use to designate them. Despite their contingency, these not always evident boundaries mark a distinction between what is in one place and what in another. They determine what lies inside and what is left outside of their delimitation, defining spaces which — given their nature or their distinct way of operating — behave to a greater or lesser degree as islands, despite not being literally isolated. They are often ecosystems that are threatened by the impact of human activity and that require assistance or intervention — ironically, also human — to conserve them and preserve their purity.

Text by Alexandra Laudo.

'Regulated Wild' is part of DEMO  – Deptford Moving Image Festival, which takes place across several venues in Deptford and features a programme of screenings, live performances, and exhibitions. This first edition of DEMO — Hyperworlds — investigates new processes of worldmaking by glimpsing into the fractures of a world order that is now in deep crisis.  More information on their further programme can be found here; de-mo.info.

Throughout June, July and August SEAGER is presenting a summer season of guest curated exhibitions and events. This exhibition was organised by Felice Moramarco.

Gerard Ortín Castellví (b. 1988, Barcelona) is an artist and filmmaker now based in London, studying on the Goldsmiths Artists' Film and Moving Image course, after completing an MA at Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). His works problematize the idea of “nature” and its imagery, often looking at human and more-than-human relations. He reflects this interest in films, sound installations and walk-performances.


Made possible thanks to generous support from the London Archers and Goldsmiths Alumni and Friends Fund.

Often the boundaries surrounding a forest, a mountain, a field, or even a nature reserve, are permeable and contingent, much like the terminology we use to designate them. Despite their contingency, these not always evident boundaries mark a distinction between what is in one place and what in another. They determine what lies inside and what is left outside of their delimitation, defining spaces which — given their nature or their distinct way of operating — behave to a greater or lesser degree as islands, despite not being literally isolated. They are often ecosystems that are threatened by the impact of human activity and that require assistance or intervention — ironically, also human — to conserve them and preserve their purity.

Text by Alexandra Laudo.

'Regulated Wild' is part of DEMO  – Deptford Moving Image Festival, which takes place across several venues in Deptford and features a programme of screenings, live performances, and exhibitions. This first edition of DEMO — Hyperworlds — investigates new processes of worldmaking by glimpsing into the fractures of a world order that is now in deep crisis.  More information on their further programme can be found here; de-mo.info.

Throughout June, July and August SEAGER is presenting a summer season of guest curated exhibitions and events. This exhibition was organised by Felice Moramarco.

Gerard Ortín Castellví (b. 1988, Barcelona) is an artist and filmmaker now based in London, studying on the Goldsmiths Artists' Film and Moving Image course, after completing an MA at Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). His works problematize the idea of “nature” and its imagery, often looking at human and more-than-human relations. He reflects this interest in films, sound installations and walk-performances.


Made possible thanks to generous support from the London Archers and Goldsmiths Alumni and Friends Fund.

Often the boundaries surrounding a forest, a mountain, a field, or even a nature reserve, are permeable and contingent, much like the terminology we use to designate them. Despite their contingency, these not always evident boundaries mark a distinction between what is in one place and what in another. They determine what lies inside and what is left outside of their delimitation, defining spaces which — given their nature or their distinct way of operating — behave to a greater or lesser degree as islands, despite not being literally isolated. They are often ecosystems that are threatened by the impact of human activity and that require assistance or intervention — ironically, also human — to conserve them and preserve their purity.

Text by Alexandra Laudo.

'Regulated Wild' is part of DEMO  – Deptford Moving Image Festival, which takes place across several venues in Deptford and features a programme of screenings, live performances, and exhibitions. This first edition of DEMO — Hyperworlds — investigates new processes of worldmaking by glimpsing into the fractures of a world order that is now in deep crisis.  More information on their further programme can be found here; de-mo.info.

Throughout June, July and August SEAGER is presenting a summer season of guest curated exhibitions and events. This exhibition was organised by Felice Moramarco.

Gerard Ortín Castellví (b. 1988, Barcelona) is an artist and filmmaker now based in London, studying on the Goldsmiths Artists' Film and Moving Image course, after completing an MA at Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). His works problematize the idea of “nature” and its imagery, often looking at human and more-than-human relations. He reflects this interest in films, sound installations and walk-performances.


Made possible thanks to generous support from the London Archers and Goldsmiths Alumni and Friends Fund.

Often the boundaries surrounding a forest, a mountain, a field, or even a nature reserve, are permeable and contingent, much like the terminology we use to designate them. Despite their contingency, these not always evident boundaries mark a distinction between what is in one place and what in another. They determine what lies inside and what is left outside of their delimitation, defining spaces which — given their nature or their distinct way of operating — behave to a greater or lesser degree as islands, despite not being literally isolated. They are often ecosystems that are threatened by the impact of human activity and that require assistance or intervention — ironically, also human — to conserve them and preserve their purity.

Text by Alexandra Laudo.

'Regulated Wild' is part of DEMO  – Deptford Moving Image Festival, which takes place across several venues in Deptford and features a programme of screenings, live performances, and exhibitions. This first edition of DEMO — Hyperworlds — investigates new processes of worldmaking by glimpsing into the fractures of a world order that is now in deep crisis.  More information on their further programme can be found here; de-mo.info.

Throughout June, July and August SEAGER is presenting a summer season of guest curated exhibitions and events. This exhibition was organised by Felice Moramarco.

Gerard Ortín Castellví (b. 1988, Barcelona) is an artist and filmmaker now based in London, studying on the Goldsmiths Artists' Film and Moving Image course, after completing an MA at Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). His works problematize the idea of “nature” and its imagery, often looking at human and more-than-human relations. He reflects this interest in films, sound installations and walk-performances.


Made possible thanks to generous support from the London Archers and Goldsmiths Alumni and Friends Fund.

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Open during exhibitions from Thursday - Saturday, 1pm - 6pm or by appointment.

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2 Mill Lane
London, SE8 4HP

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Open during exhibitions from Thursday - Saturday, 1pm - 6pm or by appointment.

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2 Mill Lane
London, SE8 4HP