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BFI Reuben Library

The Artist in the Archive and the Library + Q&A with Luke Fowler

We reveal the working methods and motivations of this award-winning artist, filmmaker and musician.

Joint ticket available with Luke Fowler Curates the BFI National Archive + intro by Luke Fowler at £10, no concs.

Image from The Artist in the Archive and the Library + Q&A with Luke Fowler

Photograph: Luke Fowler-LUX

Total runtime 75min

Jarman Award-winner and Turner Prize-nominated artist, filmmaker, and musician Luke Fowler is known for his use of archive materials including film (All Divided Selves), TV (Depositions), photography (To the Editor of Amateur Photographer), and sound (For Christian). Through his film and photography he is building up a body of work that could in itself be considered an archive. In conversation with William Fowler, curator of artists’ moving image, Luke Fowler will discuss his way of working and the experimental documentary.

Tickets £6.50.

See our Experimenta screening.

See Luke Fowler’s article on six influential books on film.

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Image from Paul Mellon Centre


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