Field_Notes: Ecology of Senses

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Image by Till Bovermann

I have been invited to Field_Notes: Ecology of Senses, an art & science field laboratory organised by the Bioart Society at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in sub-arctic Lapland/Finland, during September 2018. Five different groups will approach the Ecology of Senses theme from different angles. We will organise ourselves in work groups, teams, think tanks, and workshops, and carry out work from our related … Read More

Field Trip: [Im]material Nuclear Landscapes

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image of Dounreay nuclear power station

Excited to be leading the field trip [Im]material Nuclear Landscapes for TimeSpan, and speaking about my research at their two-day conference Practicing Deep Time.  The field trip is part of the Practicing Deep Time conference taking place at Timespan and in the surrounding environments of East Sutherland and Caithness on 23 + 24 March 2018. For more details and information on … Read More

Talk and Film Screening: 11th October 2014

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Movie set

A Brooks Art Residency Programme Artist Event and Film Screening: Resort Studios, Margate, Saturday 11th October 2014 A Brooks Art is delighted to present an artist event and film screening that coincides with the inaugural A Brooks Art residency project based in Marfa West Texas: Parallax Shifts: In Search of Imagined Landscapes by Sam Nightingale. The artist will talk about … Read More

In Search of Seven Sisters Lost Cinemas

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An illuminating journey into Seven Sisters cinema history. In conjunction with Rowan Arts – Seven Sisters Stories 13 August 2014: 6.30pm-8pm Approx 1.5hrs (timings may vary). All on pavements. Join artist Sam Nightingale as he takes a stroll along Seven Sisters Road in search of some of ‘Islington’s Lost Cinemas’. The walk will explore the history of the various cinemas … Read More

More cinema walks – past, present and future

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Islington Cinemas Walks

Throughout the year Sam Nightingale conducts a number of artist-led cinema walks around the historic sites of Islington’s former cinemas and picture palaces.  The walks are a great opportunity to learn both about the history of the countless cinemas that dotted Islington’s streets but also to look beyond the contemporary cityscape to discover the rich history that can be found … Read More