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Crying Out Loud – A Matter of Life & Death Julie : May 27, 2012 8:53 pm : News

A Matter of Life & Death
11.00 am, Sunday 27 May 2012, (UK 1946) Written & directed by Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger 100m. (U)
David Niven, Kim Hunter, Roger Livesey, Marius Goring.
One of the crown jewels of British cinema from the brilliant Powell and Pressburger, A Matter of Life & Death is an extraordinary innovative and spectacular fantasy with David Niven as a downed RAF fighter pilot who must justify his continuing existence to a (Technicolor) heavenly panel because he has made the mistake of falling in love with an American girl on (black-and-white) earth when he really should have been dead. A brilliantly witty script, some great performances and innovative cinematography, including time-lapse images and time freezes, combine to create a unique classic of magical and romantic movie-making.
This film screening has been programmed to complement Catherine Anyango & Julie Hill’s exhibition Crying Out Loud at Guest Projects.
£4/£3 Concs – Rio Cinema Dalston, 107 Kingsland High Street, London E8 2PB

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Crying Out Loud – Brief Encounter by Julie Hill Julie : May 17, 2012 8:40 pm : News

Brief Encounter – A work by Julie Hill for Crying Out Loud
Thursday, 17th May 2012, 4.50pm Cambridge Heath Train Station, Hackney Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 7NA
Picking up on melodramatic motifs of chance happenings, missed meetings, revelations, last minute rescues and deus ex machina endings, a couple will re-enact dialogue at Cambridge Heath Train Station from this classic tear-jerker. Performed by Kristoffer Hubball and Madelaine Ryan
Please join us for a post performance reception from 5.30pm at Guest Projects.
For further information: www.cryingout.tumblr.com / www.guestprojects.com

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Crying Out Loud – Wuthering Heights by Julie Hill Julie : May 10, 2012 8:34 pm : News

‘Cathy’s Theme’, Wuthering Heights (1939) by Julie Hill
Thursday 10th May, 6–9pm (PRIVATE VIEW) Guest Projects, 1 Andrews Road, London, E8 4QL
Referencing early films, where musicians were employed in studios to create moods for actors whilst filming, Eugene Feygelson, a violinist will play this score in the gallery space, providing emotional stimulus for the gallery audience.
The score will be played in three different emotional tones at intervals throughout the evening: Romantic, Hysteric and Melancholic.
A work devised by Julie Hill for Crying Out Loud. Guest Projects, 1 Andrews Road, London, E8 4QL 11–30 May 2012. Open Thurs – Sun, 12–6pm or by appt
For further information: www.cryingout.tumblr.com www.guestprojects.com
A work devised for Crying Out Loud
Guest Projects, 1 Andrews Road, London, E8 4QL 11–30 May 2012. Open Thurs – Sun, 12–6pm or by appt
For further information: www.cryingout.tumblr.com / www.guestprojects.com
Download event flyer here.

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Crying Out Loud, Guest Projects 2012 Julie : April 20, 2012 1:07 pm : News

Guest Projects, 1 Andrews Road, London, E8 4QL
11–30 May 2012
Private view: Thurs 10th May 2012, 6–9pm
Open Thurs – Sun, 12–6pm or by appt
Moments of high drama and domestic hysteria converge at Guest Projects this May for mine and Catherine Anyango’s new exhibition project, Crying Out Loud, a mise en scene that explores the representation of female emotion in the home and on the screen.
Works include a life size recreation of a woman washing dishes providing an occasional, unsettling soundtrack of smashing plates, a literal kitchen sink drama, alongside fictional recreations from TV and film melodramas in the form of objects and live performative acts such as the Letter from an Unknown Woman, and a Brief Encounter at Cambridge Heath train station.
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England
For more information see www.cryingout.tumblr.com

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Crisp Divination now available through Blurb Julie : March 22, 2012 4:13 pm : News
Tuberosumography
By J Hill

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Print & Design Now at Bearspace Julie : September 14, 2011 10:14 pm : News

Following a fantastic exhibition at the SW1 Gallery in August, BEARSPACE is pleased to present PRINT & DESIGN NOW! 2011, a pioneering open- submission exhibition set to feature over 200 works by emerging artists and designers who specialise in the mediums of print and design. My print is available to buy online here and will be shown again at Bearspace gallery, 152 Deptford High Street, London, SE8 3PQ, 04 November 2011 – 16 December 2011.

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Flock: Tell Stories at London Design Festival Julie : September 14, 2011 8:50 pm : News


17- 25 September London Design Festival 2011
I have new work in this London Design Week exhibition:
FLOCK present FLOCK: TELL STORIES an exhibition exploring the importance of narratives in art, architecture and design. Visit the Flock website here and the London Design Week page here.

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Shoreditch Unbound Julie : September 14, 2011 8:36 pm : News

Work featured in Shoreditch Unbound, a limited edition, unique format book, taking the east London area to an international audience.
Buy it from Culture Label here.

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The Shoreditch Census Julie : September 14, 2011 12:59 pm : News

Responding to 2011 as the year of the official census, The Shoreditch Census is an exhibition and event set up to build an alternative, and perhaps more meaningful, portrait of the area and its inhabitants in terms of memory and place.
A limited edition of 2,000 forms have been produced and will be distributed around the area aimed at everyone from passers-by to long term residents. The Census is happening as part of Shoreditch Unbound.

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