Communion, 2-part film installation

Communion, 2-part film installation

Photo  Victoria Proffitt

Communion, 2-part installation, 2013

Part 1:

Artprox presents Communion (2010) installed at Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead, London.  The installation includes posters for the external church notice cabinets and a small book with a text by Sarah Cooper.

Photo John Bugeja

Part 2:

The film is then presented in the Queen’s Cinema, Gibraltar.  The Queen’s  Cinema opened in 1957 and is one of the few remaining historic cinemas in Europe. It was closed in 2006, but is  architecturally intact including its  furnishings and  35mm projection.  The vast space of the cinema  is transformed into a first time venue for the film installation together with a large format printed artwork – for the façade. (Billboard  200cm x 600cm  on blue back cinema poster paper for the Queen’s Cinema facade, 2013)


Communion, limited edition publication with a text by Sarah Cooper, author of  The Soul of Film Theory.



“Art, Cinema and the Soul”, a panel discussion with Dr. Sarah Cooper, Nina Danino, Reverend Ewan King and Dr. Gilda Williams, Heath Street Baptist Church,  London, October 2013.    Nina Danino in a Q&A with Alice Mascarenhas, Queen’s Cinema, Gibraltar, November 2013


Supported using public funding by the Arts Council England and Ministry of Culture, Government of Gibraltar.


Flyer for the talk at Heath Street, 2013

Poster  69cm x 49cm  for the display cabinets, Heath Street Baptist Church,  2013