House Style

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Exhibition guide, Photograph: Gordon Burniston

About

An exhibition of new commissions by Hilda Hellström, Travis Jeppesen, Rob Kennedy and Daniel Padden. Initiated by Panel, with Annette Lux and Steven Cairns, in partnership with Tramway, new work responded to a specially selected film programme sourced from the British Film Institute National Archive.

Roundabout-1963: A Year In Colour is available to buy on DVD from the British Film Institute

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Exhibition installation (detail), Photograph: Keith Hunter

Exhibition

Exhibition Guide

25 October 2013 – 19 January 2014

T5, Tramway, Glasgow

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Exhibition installation view, Photograph: Keith Hunter
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Exhibition installation view, Photograph: Keith Hunter
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Exhibition installation view, Photograph: Keith Hunter
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Exhibition installation view, Photograph: Keith Hunter
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Exhibition installation (detail), Photograph: Keith Hunter

Commissions

Talk

A brief introduction to the cinemagazine. Introduced by Linda Kaye, Research Executive at the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) and editor of ‘Projecting Britain: The guide to British Cinemagazines’, 2008.

 30 November, 2014

T4, Tramway, Glasgow

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Linda Kaye in conversation with Steven Cairns, Photograph: Alan Dimmick
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Photograph: Alan Dimmick
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Photograph: Alan Dimmick
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Photograph: Alan Dimmick

Film screening

The Stuart Hall Project, dir. John Akomfrah, UK 2013

Highly acclaimed at 2013’s Sundance and Sheffield Doc/Fest, John Akomfrah’s documentary is an absorbing tribute to cultural theorist Stuart Hall. Focusing on Hall’s life story, the documentary uses a montage of archival imagery and specially filmed material to explore Hall’s opinions on subjects such as identity, equality and culture.

The film was introduced by Steven Cairns and presented by Glasgow Film Theatre as part of their ‘Crossing the Line’ series.

1 December, 2013

Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow

Partners

House Style was a partnership between Panel and Tramway that received support from Creative Scotland and Glasgow Life and in-kind support from Glasgow Film Theatre.