The Bristol Mean Time residency was a collaborative project between Film London Artists' Moving Image Network and Picture This.
The residency was designed to give a London-based artist the opportunity to undertake a three month moving image residency based in Bristol, and to develop a new moving image work in a unique supportive and creative environment. The residency programme offers curatorial and technical mentoring and support and accommodation, with access to full production, post-production and exhibition technology, studio and office space at Picture This.
Bristol Mean Time Awardees
Bristol Mean Time 2009: Rachel Reupke
As recipient of the 2009 Bristol Mean Time residency Rachel Reupke worked at Picture This' Atelier space in Bristol from July to September 2009 during which time she developed and produced a new work entitled 10 Seconds or Greater, a single screen installation which was subsequently shown at Picture This' exhibition space.
Bristol Mean Time 2008: Matthew Noel-Tod
Matthew Noel-Tod made Blind Carbon Copy at Picture This between July and September 2008. The work was exhibited at Picture This 4 October - 15 November 2008 and was subsequently shown at the ICA as part of Nought to Sixty in October 2009. A specially commissioned essay by William Fowler, Curator of Artists' Moving Image at the BFI National Archive, accompanied the Picture This exhibition.
Bristol Mean Time 2007: Emily Wardill
Emily Wardill worked at Picture This' Atelier space in Bristol from July to October 2007 during which time she developed a new 16mm work entitled Sick Serena and Dregs and Wreck and Wreck shown at Picture This 31 October - 1 December 2007. The film was screened at her recent solo show "windows broken, break, broke together" at DeAppel, Amsterdam 18 September - 28 November 2010 as well as at The Tate Britain in 2009, the ICA in 2007 and the Times BFI 51st London Film Festival in 2007. Curator Ian White discusses Sick Serena and Dregs and Wreck and Wreck in the essay Broken Windows, commissioned by FLAMIN.