Visions teaser trailer : Programme 1 – Tina Keane

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Visions in the Nunnery is back – the Nunnery Gallery’s renowned showcase of recent moving image and performance.

Three programmes will present an international overview of some of the most exciting and boundary-pushing digital art, showing over 60 international artists selected from over 1,000 submissions.

Programme 1 is led by revered multi-media artist Tina Keane, whose work and teaching has had a profound influence on the development of digital art. Alongside three of Keane’s own works – Deviant Beauty (1996) and Couch (2003, neon and film) – the programme’s works will explore the body, feminism, obsession and the search for identity, probing themes for which Keane’s pioneering films laid the groundwork. The selection includes moving image and digital installation, showcasing some of the most arresting, clever and quietly provocative works commenting on gender today.

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Exhibiting Artists: Andrés Barón; Jason Bernagozzi; fair brane; Becky Brewis; Alice Evans; Katharine Fry; Anna Garner; Rosie Gibbens; Tina Keane; Lana Locke; Marcus Orlandi; Linda Persson; Vanessa Scully; Maxima Smith; Rhea Storr.

Tina Keane is a London-based artist who has been a pioneer in the use of electronic media in the visual arts. Keane's multimedia work She is an early example of performance work to incorporate live video and slide projections and was presented for the first time at The Hayward Gallery in 1978.She works across a wide range of media from performance and installation to film, video, internet and digital art. Reflecting a feminist perspective, her works often explore gender roles and sexuality. (learn more