Rogue Open Studios, 1st floor, 19-21 September 2014,
Film Material Soup presents recent work in photography, CCTV, microfilm and stereoscopic slides by Chris Paul Daniels, Sam Meech (2nd floor), Joe Duffy, and Dave Griffiths. Plus a 1.5 hour screening programme, interspersed by remixes from Chris and Sam, featuring Annie Carpenter, James Snazell, Nick Jordan and Jenny Baines.
The Meter Room, Coventry, 9 November – 1 December 2013
Rosa Barba, Andrew Bracey, Dave Griffiths, Cathy Lomax, Elizabeth McAlpine, David Reed and John Rimmer
Misdirect Movies is a touring exhibition curated by Andrew Bracey and John Rimmer. Join Dave Griffiths, Sunday 2nd December 3pm, in a discussion of his new commission for the show, Extinction Event GRB130313A.
The Bath House, Lincoln Castle, 18-26 October 2013
Babel Fiche tours to Lincoln Castle as part of Frequency Festival of Digital Culture, a biennial festival hosted in the city of Lincoln, providing a platform to celebrate the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate. Click here for Dave Griffiths interview.
The Greyfriars, Broadgate, Lincoln, 4-26 October 2013
As part of Frequency Festival, Misdirect Movies tours to a former prison and monastery. Including Rosa Barba, Andrew Bracey, Dave Griffiths, Cathy Lomax, Elizabeth McAlpine, David Reed and John Rimmer.
Contemporary Art Society, 59 Central Street, London EC1, 4 October 2013 – 3 January 2014
Curated by Mark Doyle and Rebecca Morrill: “Over the last 4 years, Contemporary Art Society North has organised studio visits and exhibition tours with over 60 artists, many of whom came from elsewhere and made the North their home. Tip of the Iceberg: Art from Up North presents work by a selection of these artists, to inspire more people to venture to the North East, North West and Yorkshire.”
Iain Andrews, Eric Bainbridge, Catherine Bertola, Pavel Büchler, Rachael Clewlow, Graham Dolphin, Leo Fitzmaurice, Susie Green, Dave Griffiths, Mary Griffiths, Matthew Houlding, Nick Kennedy, Laura Lancaster, Tim Machin, Paul Merrick, Anne Vibeke Mou, Michael Mulvihill, Emily Speed, Matt Stokes and Rafal Topolewski.