Previously at the ICA - Films
21 Jul 2012
ICA resident artist Luke Fowler’s trilogy A Grammar for Listening Part 1, 2 and 3 (2009), was made in collaboration with artists Lee Paterson, Eric La Casa and Toshiya Tsunoda respectively. Exploring the links between sound and image, Fowler’s films underline a unique audio visual grammar.
Luke Fowler (b. 1978, Glasgow) studied Printmaking at Dundee Art School. His films have been presented widely, recent screenings include, ICA London, Glasgow Film Festival and Berlin Film Festival (2012), and Anthology, New York (2011). Recent solo exhibitions include The Poor Stockinger, the Luddite Cropper and the deluded followers of Joanna Southcott, The Hepworth, Wakefield (made in association with Contemporary Art Society, Film and Video Umbrella and Wolverhampton Art Gallery) and Luke Fowler with Toshiya Tsunoda and John Haynes, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2012) for which he has been nominated for the 2012 Turner Prize. In 2008 he received the inaugural Derek Jarman Award.
This event is supported by Creative Scotland.