Moving Image Artists present the next edition of their gathering for artists working in the moving image & experimental film, featuring guest artist Himali Singh Soin. FREE online event / booking essential!
The Moving Image Salon is a gathering for artists working in moving image and experimental filmmaking. This month’s featured guest will be artist Himali Singh Soin, who will be speaking about her practice, exploring fictional histories and nonlinear entanglements between human and non-human life.
The second half of each Salon is an informal open platform for conversations and networking. Artists are free to introduce themselves and discuss their projects in a supportive environment.
This event will be taking place online via Zoom. Spaces are limited. Zoom links will be sent out on the morning of the event.
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