welcome to our outdoor cinema! showing video works from students as part of the fickle spaces BA fine art degree show
Fickle Spaces welcomes you to our outdoor cinema! The event will showcase video works created by our students, bringing you an unique screening experience.
The event will take place behind the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds. The event will open at 8:30pm (we recommend arriving early to guarantee the best viewing position) and the screening will commence at 9:30pm.
We encourage attendees to bring their own camping chairs and picnic blankets as seating will not be provided.
The outdoor cinema will operate in conjunction with the government’s Covid-19 rules and regulations. Therefore, groups will follow the rule of six and social distancing will be in place. Please do not attend the outdoor cinema if you are showing symptoms of Covid-19.
Admission to the outdoor cinema is free.
TICKETS ARE FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE – this is a limited capacity event, so grab your tickets while you can!
Please note, this event is weather dependent – in the event of bad weather, the event will not go ahead.
Welcome to our second online fundraising event for our BA Fine Art Degree Show – Fickle Spaces!
Artwork made by our students and staff could be yours if you attend our virtual auction!
Minimum bids will be £5 and will be made using the private chat function on Zoom. All microphones are off, except our hosts who will be leading the auction and showing you what you can win.
All the money raised from this event goes purely towards funding the degree show including merchandise, zines and other marketing purposes.
Upon purchasing any work from the auction, you are responsible to collect it in Leeds. More details on collection will be released on the day of the auction. See below a sneak peak of what is up for sale in our auction catalogue.
Final year undergraduate Fine Art students from the University of Leeds invite you to an hour long online broadcast.
From different locations around the country, we will be streaming and navigating our event on Facebook Live.
Where do we find ourselves situated?
What situations do we find ourselves navigating in?
As we navigate our practices in a space both alone and together: online / offline, connecting / buffering.
Fumbling amidst disjointed practices and small victories; the in-between of it all.
In this moment — the just before, the just after, an ongoing navigation — lies the uncertainty between the desired route and the completion. Planning / adjusting.
Through real-time and performative elements, we will be:
[Navigating] the digital realm, making work in a digital realm [Navigating] our practices [Navigating] everyday life [Navigating] space, mapping space [Navigating] where we find ourselves situated [Navigating] meeting each other, working together