Cross-cutting
12-20 December 2009
The Sheffield Pavilion 2009 / Ewan Sinclair / Inefficient Solutions / Corinne Mynatt & Angus H. Braithwaite.

Preview Friday 11 December 7pm onwards
Featuring dance performance by Jose Campos and live music from Jesus H Foxx
Join us for mulled cider and hot treats as we open our final exhibition of 2009.

A text about Cross-cutting, written by Iliyana Nedkova, Creative Director (contemporary art) at Threshold Artspace, Perth and founding Director of ARC Projects, Sofia, is available fr download here:Click here to download this file




Cross-cutting comprises films from The Sheffield Pavilion, new video work by Edinburgh-based artist Ewan Sinclair, a site-specific installation by Dundee-based artist Inefficient Solutions and new video and photographic work by London-based collaboration Corinne Mynatt & Angus H Braithwaite. ‘Cross-cutting’ is the film editing technique of alternating, interweaving, or interspersing one narrative action with another, often used to dramatically build tension or to compare two different scenes. Bringing together time-based work from across the UK, the exhibition was conceived in response to a recent concentration in Edinburgh on Scottish film and video art.




Exhibition talk: Saturday 19 December, 3pm
Iliyana Nedkova, Creative Director (contemporary art) at Threshold Artspace, Perth and founding Director of ARC Projects, Sofia leads a discussion about the work on show. Please join us for a cup of tea and biscuits at this informal talk.





All images courtesy the artists
Photography by Chris Park