and FORM IV
Please join us on Thursday, February 23rd, with resident Sophie Lee for Screening Three: an evening of moving image works programmed together with FORM IV, a platform for written and visual art.
Taking a conversational approach to programming, Lee and FORM IV seek to map correspondences and divergences in current moving image practices. The inclusion of several collaborative works looks towards the way digital modes of production can foster co-authorship. Screening Three features work by Jessica Wilson, Alan Martín Segal, Tiphanie Mall, Tomás Maglione, Erik van Lieshout and Suzanne Weenink, H.A. Halpert and Ruth Höflich, Rosa Aiello, Viktor Timofeev and Jaakko Pallasvuo, and James Richards.
The screening is the third installment of an ongoing series that began when Lee was first in residence at Callie’s in 2022. She returned to Callie’s in January 2023, beginning work on a new animation and continuing the screening series.
Join us at Callie’s on Thursday the 23rd; doors open at 6pm for a 6:30pm screening start.
Sophie Lee was born in 1988 in Johannesburg, South Africa. She was a participant of De Ateliers postgraduate program from 2016–2018, and an artist in residence at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine in 2018. Her recent solo exhibitions and screenings include ZIWZIH-ZIWZIH-OO-OO-OO, Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen, Vijfhuizen (2020); Je näher dem Bein, desto Süßer das Fleisch, Artists Unlimited, Bielefeld (2019); I found manna and I ate it, Good Morning Midnight, De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2018); and Sugars, Protein and Salt (Perfect Fried II), Gowlet Peaks, London (2014). Recent two-person exhibitions include Rough Magic Zona Mista, London (2018); Cave in Grotesque, (with Pedro Herrero Ferrán), Yaby, Madrid (2017); and Boy’12, (with Menna Cominetti), Lockup International, London (2015). Lee lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
FORM IV is an ongoing archive of the “anarchic combat style of NOW”. Founded in 2014, FORM IV publishes video, image, and text contributions from a wide range of international artists.
Doors open at 6pm for a 6:30pm screening start.
Admission is free. No registration is required.