Communion

Photos:  John Bugeija

 

Communion (2010), 35mm transferred to HD, black and white, silent, 10 mins.

Installation at The Queen’s Cinema, Gibraltar

 

Communion was projected in High Definition on the 24ft cinema screen.   The installation included a Billboard poster ( 200cm x 600cm  on blue back cinema poster paper) for the exterior facade. The 3-day projection event ended with a Q&A with journalist Alice Mascarenhas and guests.  November 2013  Listen here

 

Supported by the Arts Council of England and The Ministry of Culture, Government of Gibraltar.

 

The Queen’s Cinema was built in 1957  and closed in 2006.  At the time of the installation in 2013 it was architecturally preserved including seating and 35mm projection booth. The Queen’s  was one of the few remaining historic cinemas in Europe – it was demolished in 2019.

 

 

 


Photos:  Victoria Proffitt

 

Communion (2010), 35mm transferred to HD, black and white, silent, 10 mins.

Installation at Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead London

Presented by ArtProjx. http://www.artprojx.com/archive.html

 

The installation included printed works for the exterior church notice cabinets  and Communion a limited edition publication with a text by Sarah Cooper, author of  The Soul of Film Theory. Palgrave Macmillan 2013

 

The  exhibition concluded with a panel discussion, “Art, Cinema and the Soul” with the participation of  David Gryn, Reverend Ewan King, Dr. Sarah Cooper, Dr. Gilda Williams and Nina Danino.  Read here

 

Supported by the Arts Council of England.   

Publicity

Flyer for the talk at Heath Street, 2013

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