Jerwood FVU

Patrick Hough in conversation with Lucy Reynolds

24 April 2017
The Cinema Museum, London

Patrick Hough discusses And If In A Thousand Years, commissioned as part of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2017: Neither One Thing or Another, and his wider practice, with writer, curator and artist, Lucy Reynolds.

Lucy Reynolds has lectured and been published extensively, most particularly focused on questions around moving image, feminism, political space and collective practice. She is Senior Lecturer and researcher in the department of Media, Arts and Design at Westminster University. Her articles have appeared in a range of journals such as Afterall, the Moving Image Review and Art Journal, Screen, Screendance, Art Agenda and Millennium Film Journal, and she has curated exhibitions and film programmes for a range of institutions nationally and internationally. As an artist, her films and installations have been presented in galleries and cinemas internationally, and her ongoing sound work A Feminist Chorus has been heard at the Glasgow International Festival, Wysing Arts Centre and most recently as a European Chorus for the No Fun without EU arts event, Vyner Street. She is currently editing an anthology on women artists, feminism and the moving Image, for publication in 2018.

An audio recording of this event is available below.


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ARTIST TALK: Patrick Hough in conversation with Lucy Reynolds

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