filmpro’s associate artists are a collection of practitioners whose work we have supported and continue to seeks ways to develop and showcase. Our work is collaborative and informed by the particular needs and parameters of each artist and each project.
“filmpro conversations” is a series of events promoted by filmpro about disability and sustainability within the arts sector. The first event was hold the 28th February 2023 at
Five Disabled artists were invited to make new work that explored and expanded the ways that MiMU Gloves can be used as a creative and access tool. Curated and produced by Izzi Valentine.
In 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown in the UK, filmpro commissioned three self-defining disabled and neurodiverse emerging artists to produce new work that pushes the boundaries of digital platforms.
filmpro presented an exhibition to pilot our augmented reality (AR) App at the Art Pavilion, Mile End as part of Nesta’s Amplified Programme.
Michael Achtman’s new film: Forced to share a London AirBnb for the night, a young, non-binary marine biologist and an older gay hipster confront the queer generation gap.
filmpro associate artist Zeynep Dagli exhibited Negotiation between Madness & Sanity in Venice as part of the Multidisciplinary Art Festival ‘I’m my body, I’m my memory’ hosted by Action Hybride.
filmpro’s artistic director Caglar Kimyoncu working with AR developer Albert Barbu created a prototype that worked as both a creative and an access tool for artists working with moving image in a gallery environment.
Artist Caglar Kimyoncu explored the question “What Makes You Who You Are” in an interactive, transmedia exhibition at Padepokan Seni Bagong Kussudiardja (PSBK) in Yogyakarta. Incorporating video installation, augmented reality (AR), an online blog and related workshops, the project looked at identity, and how people defined themselves in relation to culture, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexuality and disability.
This collective experiment in unleashing the most primitive and urgent, engaged directly with our right to let ourselves take refuge in screams and to capture the cathartic interruption in time with/in an audio/visual artistic formulation.