Events, Talks, Interviews

Events, Talks, Interviews

Events, talks, interviews

 

Religion and Art : a  CHASE Research symposium scheduled for November 2020   Visit website here

I Die of Sadness Crying For You  (2019) –  Voice and Performance.  Screening and Q&A with Maria Palacios Cruz.

Study Day with  Mercedes Carbayo Abengozar, Nuria Triana Toribio, Nina Danino chaired by Catherine Grant.  Performances by special guests musician Violeta Valladares and artist Adam Christensen.  Hosted by LUX with The Cervantes Institute, London and Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image BIMI, University of London 6 -7 December 2019  Pdf documentation here

Cinema Radio Podcast “Interview with FredFilm Radio #NinaDanino presents her new film #IDIEOFSADNESSCRYINGFORYOU at #FredFilmRadio during the #LondonFilmFestival2019. 11 October 2019  Interview by Chiara Nicoletti. View here 

Nina Danino: Capturing an aura – the human presence on film.  Interview by Mary White, Cassone, online art history magazine, July 2012. www.cassone-art.com  Read interview here

Rupture/Rapture/Jouissance – The Religious Trilogy 1990-1997 DVD. Launch Event with a reading from St. Teresa of Avila, 16mm screening of Stabat Mater (1990) and “Now I am yours” (1992). In conversation Nina Danino with the writer Adrian Rifkin hosted by LUX 18 November 2018.  Listen here

‘Frame by Frame’ Interview by Alice Mascarenhas, Gibraltar Chronicle, 9 March 2006.  See article here.

Artists’ Writing – Undercut and the London Filmmakers’ Co-operativePanel Discussion with Peter Gidal, Michael Mazière, Nina Danino chaired by Kathryn Siegal, held at the Reuben Library during the celebrations of 50 Years of the London Filmmakers’ Cooperative, BFI Southbank  9 May 2016. Pdf.

 LUXONLINE Interview by Lucy Reynolds published 2 April 2009. View 

The Touching Camera: The Body in the Works of Nina Danino, Jo-Ann Kaplan, Sarah Pucill, (La Cinepresa toccante).  Documentary dir. Susanna Poole, London Guildhall University and Santalucia Produzione 1998.

 

 

Publications

Books

Sorelle Povere di Santa Chiara
Sorelle Povere di Santa Chiara (2015)
22 pages, hand sewn, limited edition of 10, 21 x 29.7 cm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mousse-Cat.-005
“…and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens” 2013, with an essay by Nina Danino, “Gibraltar and the Filmic Imagination”. 32 pages. Mousse Publishing Milan, ISBN 9788867490356 2013.
16.5 x 23.5 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mousse-Cat.-007
Communion, 2013, with a text by Sarah Cooper.   8 pages, printed on Conquerer High White Wove. Mixed media hand-printed letterpress with digital illustrations. Hand sewn. Limited Edition of 100. Published by Temporal Films London, 2013.  Printed by Evergreen Press, 14.8 x 21 cm. ISBN 978 0 9926883.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Meteorologies, 2013, artist’s book with text by Nina Danino and accompanying CD audio 21 mins., 20 pages, colour, limited edition, 14.8cm x 21cm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


nina_danino_visionary_landscapes_bookVisionary Landscapes – The Films of Nina Danino, Catherine Grant ed., Black Dog Publishing, London 2005.144 pages. A critical volume on the films of Nina Danino With essays by Louise Gray, Brent Plate, JJ Tellez , Helen De Witt, Nina Danino.
ISBN 1 904772 07 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


nina_danino_undercut_reader_bookThe Undercut Reader – Critical Writings on Artists’ Film and Video, Nina Danino and Michael Maziere eds., London: Wallflower Press 2002.  277 pages. A volume of critical writings on film and video by theorists, critics and artists from the journal Undercut (1982-1990). Prefaced by essays by Barry Schwabsky, Michael Maziere, Nina Danino, Michael O’Pray and Julia Knight. ISBN 1903364-47-7