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Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Arc)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Arc), Jayne Parker, 2008, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Arc)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Arc), Jayne Parker, 2012, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Woman with crossed arms)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Woman with crossed arms), Jayne Parker, 2008, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Woman with crossed arms)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Woman with crossed arms), Jayne Parker, 2008, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Woman with crossed arms)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Woman with crossed arms), Jayne Parker, 2008, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Linear construction)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Linear construction), Jayne Parker, 2008, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Linear construction)
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard (Linear construction), Jayne Parker, 2008, Digibeta from original 16mm film, b/w and colour, 25 minutes
Trilogy - Kettles Yard
Trilogy - Kettles Yard, Jayne Parker, 2008

Still from Trilogy - Kettles Yard

Slade School of Fine Art
University College London
Gower Street
London
WC1E 6BT

Biography

Jayne Parker is an artist and filmmaker whose work has been widely shown, both nationally and internationally, in major art institutions, on television and in film and music festivals. In 2003 she was the recipient of the 1871 Fellowship, researching the relationship between music and film, hosted by the Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford and the San Francisco Art Institute. In 2008 she completed Trilogy: Kettle's Yard, funded with the help of an AHRC Small Award and the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL and premiered at The Times BFI 52nd London Film Festival, October 2008. In 2011 she presented a retrospective of her films at the BFI Southbank as part of Maya Deren: 50 Years On, a celebration of the American film maker's life.

DVD:
Jayne Parker, British Artists Film, film compilation DVD, released by BFI, 2008.

MONOGRAPH:
Jayne Parker Filmworks 79-00, published by Spacex Gallery, Exeter, 2000, ISBN 09507516 69.

FILMOGRAPHY
Free Show - 16mm, b/w, 16 minutes, 1979.
I Cat - 16mm, colour animation, 10 minutes, 1980.
RX Recipe - 16mm, colour, 12 minutes, 1980.
I Dish - 16mm, b/w, 16 minutes, 1982.
Snig - 16mm, colour, mute, 6 minutes, 1982.
Almost Out - U-matic video, 105 minutes, 1984.
En Route - U-matic video, 15 minutes, 1986.
The Cat and the Woman - 16mm, colour animation, 2.5 minutes, 1987.
K. - 16mm, b/w, 13 minutes, 1989.
The Pool - 16mm, b/w, 10 minutes, 1991.
Cold Jazz - 16mm, b/w, 17 minutes,1993. Awarded Certificate of Merit, Chicago International Film Festival, 1995.
Crystal Aquarium - 16mm, b/w, 33 minutes,1995. Awarded the Grand Prize of the City of Oberhausen and a ‘Mention Spéciale’ from FIPRESCI at the 43rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 1997. Collection: Arts Council, England.
The Reunion - 16mm, colour, 9 minutes, Dance for Camera ACE/BBC, 1997.
Thinking Twice - 16mm, b/w, 10 minutes, 1997.
The Whirlpool - 16mm, colour, 7 minutes, 1997.
Strong Women - 16mm film, b/w, 15 minutes, 2000.
Foxfire Eins - Digibeta from original 16mm, b/w, 10 minutes, 2000.
Blues in B-flat - Digibeta from original 16mm, colour, 8 minutes, 2000. Collection: Museion, Bolzano, Italy.
Projection 1 (versions 1 and 2) - Digibeta from original 16mm, b/w, 6 minutes, 2000
591/2 seconds (versions 1 -3) - 16mm, b/w, 3 minutes, 2000
The World Turned Upside Down - Digibeta from original 16mm, colour, 9 minutes, Dance for Camera ACE/BBC, 2001
Reprise - Digibeta from original 16mm colour, 10 minutes 2001
Stationary Music - Digibeta from original 16mm, b/w, 15 minutes, 2005. Awarded the ARTE Prize at the 51st Oberhausen International Short Film Festival 2005 & an Honourable Mention at Media City Film Festival, Windsor, Ontario, Canada in 2006.
Catalogue of Birds:Book 3 - Digibeta from original 16mm, b/w, 15 minutes, 2006..
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard: Linear Construction - Woman with Arms Crossed - Arc - Digibeta from original 16mm, b/w & colour, 25 minutes, 2008. Received an Honourable Mention at Media City Film Festival, Windsor, Ontario, Canada in 2009.
...but the clouds... - DVD, 15 minutes, with John Tilbury, Samuel Beckett's 1976 play for television, 2009.

Films distributed by LUX

Research Summary

Over the past few years my major research has centered round the relationship between music and film and the search for a 'music equivalent'. To this end I have made several films featuring musicians, in particular with pianist Katharina Wolpe and cellist Anton Lukoszeviesze. Considering music helps me to think about film structurally. It presents challenges: how can I reflect the form and rigour of the music? Can film embody music? Where is music expressed? Does what I see change what I hear? I am fascinated by the act of playing, of touch, and the moment when someone becomes the performer. While still choosing to take the act and site of musical performance as my primary source of imagery, I am exploring ways of introducing other imagery, to interrupt the ultimate linearity of the score in performance and expand the filmic possibilities. Before I went on to study at the Slade, within what was then the Experimental Media area, I studied sculpture at Canterbury College of Art. My interest in material, the actual, the physical - is perhaps responsible for my abiding interest and commitment to working primarily with 16mm film (although most of my recent musical performance works are finished digitally because of the sound quality). This last year or so I've started making objects again. Photography, although secondary, has always run alongside my film-making.

Teaching Summary

I have been teaching at the Slade since 1989 and was appointed as Head of Graduate Fine Art Media in 2010.

Exhibitions

Media City Film Festival, Windsor-Detroit 2018
2018 - Capitol Theatre, 121 University Ave West, Windsor, Canada

International Festival of Film and Digital Art, Windsor-Detroit, Canada.
Film 'The Oblique' (2018) screened in the International Competition. Media City, in its 23rd year, is an annual international festival of film and video art presented in Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan. Each year the festival attracts filmmakers and audience members from around the globe to participate in several days of screenings.

From the Kitchen Table: Drew Gallery Projects 1984-90
2018 - Herbert Read Gallery, UCA Canterbury, UK

Videos included: Almost Out (1985) and En Route (1986)

From the Kitchen Table: Drew Gallery Projects 1984-90 curated by Sandra Drew. Herbert Read Gallery, UCA Canterbury, CT1 3AN
6 October – 9 November 2018
5 October, 5-8pm: Private view, Book Launch and Film screening
https://www.uca.ac.uk/galleries/gallery-events/from-the-kitchen-table/

Touring to Brewery Tap UCA Project Space, 53 Tontine Street, Folkestone CT20 1JR
16 November - 9 December 2018

CGP London, Southwark Park, London SE16 2UA
16 May - 30 June 2019

Mothers
2018 - Turf Projects, Croydon, London.

The exhibition MOTHERS is a collaboration between mothers and their children, curated by Dyveke Bredsdorff and Bronte Dow. Video 'Almost Out' (1985) screened.

Collaborators 5: The Hand of the Artist
2018 - The Old Telephone Exchange, Kennington, London, UK

Installation of film The Oblique (2018) and photographic work: Magnolia in cello. Exhibition curated by Sandie Macrae and Aileen Morgan.

64th International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany 2018
2018 - Lichtburg Cinema, Elsässer Str. 26, Oberhausen

Festival premiere of 'The Oblique'
digital transfer from original 16mm film, colour, 10 minutes, 2018
Programmed in the International Competition.

Still Life - Lisa Milroy and Jayne Parker
2018 - APT Gallery, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London, UK

A joint exhibition including 'The Oblique' (2018), digital transfer from original 16mm film, sculptural objects and photographic works.

AVANT Experimental Film Festival – Bodies and Boundaries
2017 - Cinema Arenan, Karlstadt, Sweden.

The 14th edition of AVANT focus on bodies and boundaries. The body is both our most private territory and a social interface, a boundary that both divides and unites. The point of departure of AVANT is in one of the most legendary artists when it comes to the socio-political dimensions of the body, VALIE EXPORT, followed by Jayne Parker's early performance-based films. The theme of the body and its boundaries, as social body and embodiment of inner states and feelings, is followed up by focusing on external mechanisms of making boundaries; fences, border controls and the politics of immigration. The theme is introduced through the premiere of Gunvor Nelson's latest film, ON THE FENCE, and concludes with a program by artist duo Minna Rainio and Mark Roberts.
AVANT begins on Friday evening at Kristinehamn Art Museum by artist talks with VALIE EXPORT and Jayne Parker. Saturday opens at cinema Arenan in Karlstad with a screening of films and videos by VALIE EXPORT and Jayne Parker. After this follows two works by Gunvor Nelson and a program with videos by Minna Rainio and Mark Roberts.
AVANT has been organized since 2002 and the 14th edition is a collaboration between Världsalltet, Kristinehamn Art Museum, Karlstad and Stockholm University. AVANT17 is sponsored by Karlstad University, Karlstad Municipality, Kristinehamn Art Museum, Region Värmland, Folkuniversitetet and the Swedish Film Institute.

Friday/Fredag 8.9.
Kristineham Art Museum/Kristinehamns konstmuseum
18.30 Opening/Öppning
Artist talk with VALIE EXPORT and Jayne Parker.

Saturday/Lördag 9.9.
Karlstad Biograf Arenan/Karlstad Cinema Arenan
10.00 VALIE EXPORT
Selbsportrait mit Kamera (1966-67) 1
Interrupted Line (1971-72) 6
...Remote...Remote... (1973) 10
Mann, Frau & Animal (1973) 8
Body Politics (1974) 3
Syntagma (1984) 20
I turn over pictures of my voice in my head (2008), 11:30
11.30 Jayne Parker
Freeshow (1979) 15
I Cat (1980) 10
I Dish (1982) 15
K (1989) 13
The Pool (1991) 10
14.00 Gunvor Nelson
Moons Pool (1973) 15
ON THE FENCE (2017) 58
15.30 Minna Rainio and Mark Roberts
Borderlands (2004) 24
Angles of Incidence (2006) 14
Eight Rooms (2008) 15
The Factory of the World (2014) 8

Founded in 2002 John Sundholm, AVANT is Sweden’s first international event entirely focused on experimental film. Programmed by John Sundholm.

AVANT Experimental Film Festival – Bodies and Boundaries accompanying exhibition
2017 - Kristinehamn Art Museum/Kristinehamns konstmuseum, Marie's Park, Kristinehamn, Sweden

Exhibition alongside artist Value Export. Films 'Crystal Aquarium' (1995) and 'The Whirlpool' (1997) installed in Kristinehamn Art Museum as part of the 14th edition of AVANT Film festival, with its focus on bodies and boundaries.

Artist talks with VALIE EXPORT (with Alba Baeza) and Jayne Parker (with John Sundholm) September 8th 2017.

"The body is both our most private territory and a social interface, a boundary that both divides and unites. The point of departure of AVANT is in one of the most legendary artists when it comes to the socio-political dimensions of the body, VALIE EXPORT, followed by Jayne Parker's early performance-based films. The theme of the body and its boundaries, as social body and embodiment of inner states and feelings, is followed up by focusing on external mechanisms of making boundaries; fences, border controls and the politics of immigration. The theme is introduced through the premiere of Gunvor Nelson's latest film, ON THE FENCE, and concludes with a program by artist duo Minna Rainio and Mark Roberts.
AVANT begins on Friday evening at Kristinehamn Art Museum with artist talks by VALIE EXPORT and Jayne Parker.'

Club des Femmes at Fringe!
2016 - Barbican Cinema, London, UK

Video 'Almost Out' (1984) screened.
Joint screening and discussion with film maker Maja Borg, programmed and chaired by Sarah Wood.

Crossing Borders: Reflections on Filming Performance
2016 - Siobhan Davies Studios, London SE1, UK

'From Reel to Real: Women, Feminism and the London Film-Makers’ Co-operative'
2016 - Tate Modern, London, UK

Part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the London Film-Makers’ Co-op, curated by Maud Jacquin.

A series of screenings and discussions dedicated to the women filmmakers of the LFMC

As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the London Film-makers’ Co-op (LFMC), Tate Modern opens its Counter-Histories series with a programme dedicated to a rarely seen but remarkable ensemble of films – both single screen and expanded – made by women filmmakers since the 1970s in the context of the artist-led, cooperative organisation. Produced against a backdrop of growing feminist consciousness, these films built on the methods, processes and ethos associated with the Co-op to address the world outside of the projection room.

Programme 'Collapsing the Frame' Friday 23 September
Opening night of the Tate Film series From Reel to Real: Women, Feminism and the London Film-makers’ Co-operative ​

The filmmakers in this programme experiment with film structure in an attempt to collapse the frame within which women are confined, both cinematic and cultural. Their films evoke feelings of entrapment and oppression at the same time as they enact a radical attack on patriarchal authority as embedded in both social and filmic conventions. In particular, they express a categorical refusal to submit to the masculine gaze, either by opening up the possibility of reciprocal looking or by avoiding female representation entirely.

Sally Potter, Jerk, UK 1969, 8mm transferred to digital, black and white, silent, 3 min
Jayne Parker, I Dish, UK 1982, 16mm, black and white, sound, 15 min
Nina Danino, First Memory, UK 1981, 16mm transferred to digital, colour, sound, 20 min
Sarah Turner, One and the Other Time, UK 1990, 16mm transferred to digital, colour, sound, 5 min
Alia Syed, Unfolding, UK 1988, 16mm, black and white, sound, 20 min
Tina Keane, Faded Wallpaper, UK 1988, 16mm, colour, sound, 20 min ​
Jean Matthee, Neon Queen, UK 1986, 16mm, colour, sound, 40 min (extract 25 min)
Please note that this film contains pulsations of light

The screening is followed by a discussion with Nina Danino, Jean Matthee, Jayne Parker and Alia Syed, moderated by the series curator Maud Jacquin.

Programme 'Inside Out' Saturday 24 September:
A screening examining film as a plastic space of subjective projection

Resolutely non-verbal, the films in this programme rely on the power of the moving image to give visible presence to profound, intangible inner feelings. The desires, fears and fantasies that constitute subjective experience are externalised both onto the performers’ bodies and into the filmic space, which becomes at once intensely personal and symbolic. Most of these films lend flesh to the ambivalent emotions involved in the relationship to an ‘other’.

Jayne Parker, K, UK, 1989, 16mm, black and white, sound, 13 min
Jayne Parker, The Pool, UK, 1991, 16mm, black and white, sound, 10 min
Moira Sweeney, Looking for the Moon, UK, 1995, 16mm, black and white, silent, 7 min
Tanya Syed, Delilah, UK, 1995, 16mm, black and white, sound, 11 min
Tanya Syed, Chameleon, UK,1990, 16mm, black and white, sound, 4 min
Sarah Pucill, Swollen Stigma, UK, 1998, 16mm transferred to digital, colour, sound, 21 min
Cordelia Swann, Phantoms, UK, 1986, Super 8 transferred to digital, colour, sound, 18 min

The screening is followed by a discussion with Jayne Parker, Tanya Syed and Cordelia Swann, moderated by Cécile Chich, independent researcher and former board member of LFMC/LUX.

Co-op Dialogues 1966-2016: Jayne Parker and Luke Fowler at Tate Britain
2016 - The Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain, Millbank London SW1P 4RG, UK

In conversation, part a year long series of monthly events marking the 50th Anniversary of the London Film Makers' Cooperative. Curated by LUX and Tate Britain.

Films screened:
Blues in B-flat - Digital transfer from original 16mm, colour, 8 minutes, 2000.
Trilogy: Kettle's Yard: Linear Construction - Woman with Arms Crossed - Arc - Digibeta from original 16mm, b/w & colour, 25 minutes, 2008.

Contact: A Festival of New Experimental Film and Video
2016 - Apiary Studios, Hackney Road, London E2, UK

'Piano Performance for Tania Chen'
Digital video, 19 minutes, 2016, made in collaboration with artist Joan Key, screened as part of Contact Festival.
Contact Festival was programmed by Simon Payne and Andrew Valance and funded by Arts Council England.

The Contact Festival included the work of over 70 artists and filmmakers, featuring single-screen films, multi-screen/performance-related works and site-specific installations. Accompanied by a publication including discussion pieces by Luke Aspell and collective-iz (on collective practices), Sally Golding, James Holcombe and Cathy Rogers (on different manifestations of contemporary expanded cinema), and short essays by Maria Palacios Cruz (LUX, Deputy Director), William Fowler (BFI, curator of artists' moving image) and Nicky Hamlyn (filmmaker and writer), plus complete listings.
Artists: Laura Hindmarsh, Kerry Baldry, David Leister, Oliver Bancroft, Bea Haut, Jenny Baines, Karolina Raczynski and Anita Konarska, John Smith, Nick Collins, Sally Golding and Spatial, Emily Richardson, Patti Gaal-Holmes, Jennet Thomas, Stephen Littman, Nicky Hamlyn, Simon Payne, George Barber, Maria Anastassiou, Jayne Parker and Joan Key, Jennifer Nightingale, Amy Dickson, Mary Stark, Małgorzata Drohomirecka, Samantha Rebello, Anna Thew, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Malcolm Le Grice, James Holcombe and Secluded Bronte, Lynn Loo, Guy Sherwin, Hilary Koob-Sassen, Luke Aspell, Marek Budzynski, Adam Kossoff, Savinder Bual, Matthew Noel-Todd, Heather Phillipson, Daniel Brackenbury and Joe Gilmore, Andrew Vallance, Ben Rivers, Duncan Reekie, William Raban, Deniz Johns, Francesco Tacchini and Oliver Smith, Steven Ball and Martin Blažíček, Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Lis Rhodes, Laura Wilson, Karel Doing, Vicky Smith and Bouche Bée, Greg Pope and Kostis Kilymis.

Collaborators 4
2015 - ROOM Gallery, 37-39 Bryanston Mews West, London, UK

Exhibition curated by Sandie Macrae and Aideen Morgan.

Manon de Boer and Jayne Parker: Films in Dialogue
2015 - LUX, Shacklewell Lane, Dalston, London E8

Joint presentation screening and conversation programmed by LUX.
www.lux.org.uk

Stefan Wolpe – Four Portraits of a Visionary: The Quest for a New Language
2015 - Cary Hall, DiMenna Center, New York City, USA

Presentation of films: 'Thinking Twice' and 'Stationery Music' at the invitation of the Stefan Wolpe Society.

The Stefan Wolpe Society presents:
STEFAN WOLPE – FOUR PORTRAITS OF A VISIONARY.
Music by the composer and his circle.

Second concert: 'The Quest for New Language'

Wolpe: Suite im Hexachord 1936; Battlepiece for Piano 1943-7; 6 Yiddish Folksong Arrangements 1925. Matthew Greenbaum, You Crack Me Up.
Musicians: Re’ut Ben-Ze’ev, mezzo soprano; ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe; Moran Katz, clarinet; David Holzman, Margaret Kampmeier, piano.

In Memory of Katharina Wolpe: Two films by Jayne Parker of Katharina Wolpe performing piano music by her father:
'Thinking Twice' (1997): Piece of Embittered Music, from Zemach Suite 1939; Displaced Spaces, Studies, Part I 1946; Form for Piano (1959).
'Stationary Music' (2001): Stehende Music (1925).
Commentary by Jayne Parker and Austin Clarkson.

The Tongue Shapes Words All Too Quickly
2014 - Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts, London

Exhibition curated by Irena Kalodera and Vicky Falconer.

Portrait in Film
2014 - National Portrait Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, UK

Video 'Almost Out' (1984) screened as part of the film season: 'Portrait in Film' at the National Portrait Gallery, London, programmed by Ben Pritchard. Followed by discussion.

Autumn Almanac: The Voice and the Lens
2012 - Digibeta From Original 16mm Film - IKON Gallery, Birmingham, 1 Oozells Square Brindleyplace, West Midlands B1 2HS,UK

'Bird': digital transfer from original 16mm film, b/w, 10 minutes, collaboration with singer Loré Lixenberg, 2012. The film version was installed in the gallery, and the performance version was played as part of a live performance by Lixenberg.

Autumn Almanac: The Voice and the Lens, 8-11 November is a festival and exhibition exploring the treasures of the human voice, conjured up for our eyes through film and performance. Commissioned and curated by Sam Belinfante and Third Ear.

SOLO
2012 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Electro Studios Project Space, St Leanards, East Sussex, UK

Film 'K.' (1989) in exhibition SOLO, an exhibition of film, video and performance at Electro Studios Project Space, St Leonards, and part of the Coastal Currents Visual Arts Festival, curated by Louise Colbourne.

20 Rue Jacob – A Salon for Performance and Other Happenings
2012 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Galleria Rajatila

Film 'The Pool': 16mm, b/w, 10 minutes, 1991, shown as part of: '20 Rue Jacob – A Salon for Performance and Other Happenings' is an attempt to create a platform for experiments and encounters with live performance and moving image works. The week long project – curated by Anna Bunting-Branch and Nastja Rönkkö at Galleria Rajatila in Tampere, Finland – will transform the gallery into a contemporary Salon, inspired by Natalie Clifford Barney’s so called ‘hazardous Friday’ Salons – which were hosted for over sixty years in her home at 20 Rue Jacob in Paris from the early 1900s.
www.20ruejacobsalon.com

'Blues in B-flat' in exhibition 'Art and Music'
2012 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - York Art Gallery

This exhibition celebrates music and its harmonious and historic relationship with visual art. Using paintings and objects from York Art Gallery's outstanding collections, it considers the role of music in abstract art, symbolism of music and representations of performance.

The works, spanning over 350 years of art, are by artists including Bridget Riley, Juriaan van Streek, LS Lowry, Walter Greaves, Elizabeth Fritsch and loans from contemporary artists Jayne Parker and Jon Thompson.

Summer Exhibition: Royal Academy of Art, 2012
2012 - Royal Academy, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD, UK

Royal Academy of Art: Summer Exhibition
2012 - Film And Photography - Royal Academy of Art, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, UK

Royal Academy of Art: Summer Exhibition, invited artist. Film 'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard' and a new photograph presented in the Small Weston Room, this is the first time that a gallery in the Summer Exhibition has been devoted to a film work by one artist. Accompanying catalogue.

Untitled Object in 'Collaborators2'
2010 - Horse Hair And Violin Chin Rest - R O O M Art Space

A group exhibition of artists who have exhibited at R O O M.

The Whirlpool
2010 - Kunstsammlungen, Städtischen Museen Zwickau

The Whirlpool shown in the context of: »Seit ich ihn gesehen« - Reflexionen zu Robert Schumann in der Kunst - a last minute addition to the exhibition.

The Reunion
2010 - Film - Wimbledon Space, Wimbledon College of Art

Film 'The Reunion' screened as part of the programme 'Opera', an Artprojx presentation in 'Film/Video/Performance' a month long exhibition: 'bringing together documentary, film, animation and performance, as well as live events and discussions on climate change, human rights and arts and disability.' Coordinated and produced by Terry Smith, Teaching Fellow in Drawing, Wimbledon College of Art.

'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard' in 'Upside Down/Inside Out' group exhibition 2009
2009 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film And Two Sculptures - Kettle's Yard, Cambridge

'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard' installed in the house at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge where it was filmed accompanied by an installation of two objects.

Untitled Object in 'Collaborators' 2009
2009 - Horse Hair And Cello Bridge - R O O M Art Space, London

Film 'K.' in exhibition 'Knitted Worlds'
2009 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Audax Textile Museum Tilburg, Netherlands

Knitting is persistently associated with leisure activities of elderly ladies. The exhibition KNITTED WORLDS in the Audax Textile Museum Tilburg shows another side by presenting installations and objects, experimental fashion, photographic and video work by artists and designers from Europe and the United States. The theme of the exhibition is the visualisation of political, social and artistic questions. Curated by Suzan Russeler

Solo exhibition R O O M Art Space
2009 - Film, Photographs, Sculptures - R O O M Art Space, London

Film: Trilogy: Kettle's Yard, comprising 'Linear Construction', 'Woman with Arms Crossed' and 'Arc'; two sculptures; three photographs.

Trilogy: Kettle's Yard
2008 - Digibeta From Original 16mm Film - BFI, NFT 3, Southbank, London SE1, UK

Selected for festival programme 'A Sense of Space', part of the Experimenta section of the BF1 52nd London Film Festival.
Synopsis: 'Linear Construction', 'Woman with Arms Crossed', and 'Arc' form a trilogy of films set in Kettle's Yard, University of Cambridge, and featuring cellist Anton Lukoszevieze (New Music Fellow at Kings College Cambridge). These films are documents of musical performance: respectively 'Récitation' (1980) by Georges Aperghis; 'Sensitivo, per arco solo' (1959) by Sylvano Bussotti; and 'Raimondas Rumsas' (2002) by Laurence Crane. They include art objects from the Kettle's Yard collection, opening up metaphorical space and meaning.

'Instructions for Film', no.w.here at Zoo Art Fair, London
2007 - Art Work - Zoo Arts Fair: Royal Academy of Arts, London

For Zoo Art Fair 2007 no.w.here initiated a new project called Instructions For Films. Instructions For Films investigates how a film could be made, using only the idea of film. Over forty international artists who use the moving image, were sent a white card with the following invitation: 'On the card enclosed propose instructions for a film. You may render the instructions by any means and appendages.' The cards were exhibited on no.w.here's stand during the fair, and a published edition is available for purchase.

'En Route', in exhibition 'Romantic Anti-Humanism'
2007 - Video - FIVE YEARS< Unit 66, 6th Floor, Regent Studios

'...the artists brought together under the title Romantic Anti-Humanism utilise aesthetic codes to invoke ‘Ideals’ whilst in turn revealing a self-consciousness of their partial or fragmented activity. The works on show use photography and video, as well as the language of gesture, performance and partial narrative.Five Years is an unfunded collaborative artists’ project. Founded in 1998, Five Years’ initial aim was to set up a gallery which was artist-run and where programming would maintain a direct relationship to practice. Five Years continues to develop this aim of maintaining close links between the production and exhibition of work, and the discourse which informs it.'

'Crystal Aquarium' in 'Wunderkammer: The Artificial Kingdom', Lincoln
2005 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Curtois Gallery, The Collection, Lincoln

This exhibition opens the New Curtois Gallery at The Collection linking archaeology and contemporary art. Wunderkammer: The Artificial Kingdom is curated by the artist Edward Allington in co-ordination with Jeremy Webster the Senior Keeper at The Collection. The exhibition will also be accompanied by a full colour catalogue with an essay by Edward Allington.

Wunderkammer: The Artificial Kingdom is an exhibition about the difference and similarity of art and archaeology, both historically and symbolically. They are both ways of understanding our place within the world. Museums started with collections of objects which evoked the wonder of life. Assemblages of historical and natural curiosities were arranged in glass cabinets to arouse aesthetic pleasure and curiosity. They were part of a fascination with the unknown that we now call science. These cabinets were known as 'Wunderkammer' literally meaning 'cabinet of wonder'.

The exhibition aims to mirror the archaeological collection that the new museum has been built to house, whilst celebrating the way artists continually reinvent the world by creating 'worlds within the world'.

'Foxfire Eins' series, installed for the inaugural Berwick Film and Media Festival: Crossing Borders.
2005 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Prison Cells, Town Hall, Berwick Upon Tweed

Artist Film & Video Programme, selected by David Thorp. Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is an international celebration of the art of film, set in the historic border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The inaugural Festival took place in September 2005, with a vision to transform Berwick into one big moving image installation – a visual and cultural spectacle – and the celebration has taken place every year since.

'Foxfire Eins' series in 'Faltering Flame: Aspects of the Human Condition in Contemporary Art' 2005
2005 - Film - Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield

Curated by David Thorpe 'Faltering Flame brings together over twenty British artists all of whose work considers the ephemeral and elusive nature of life; those things that we sense about ourselves but that are normally invisible. Our sense of self, our psychological, social and philosophical interaction with reality made tangible and visible through art.' Faltering Flame was the first contemporary exhibition staged at the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield.

'Foxfire Eins', solo exhibition
2004 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film, Photographs - Post Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

Film 'K.' in 'A Century of Artists' Film in Britain'. Group exhibition screening 2004
2003 - Film - Gallery 26, Tate Britain, London

Tate Britain
19 May 2003 – 1 April 2004

The use of film and video by artists in Britain over the past decade has attracted much attention. However, artists have worked with film and video in this country from the beginning of the twentieth century and now, for the first time, Tate Britain aims to explore this history.

An ambitious series of display of 170 works by 130 artists aims to reveal the full range, variety and originality of this history, from films made close to the cinema’s birth in the 1890s to work realised at the start of the twenty-first century. Many of the works have not been seen before in a gallery context, and some have not been seen publicly since their first screenings. The displays bring together a wide span of artists from early filmmakers such as Humphrey Jennings and Norman Mclaren to recent Turner Prize winner Steve McQueen, and key conceptual and structural filmmakers of the 70s, scratch video artists and super8mm romantics inspired by Derek Jarman in the 80s.

The first of four day-long sequences will start at Tate Britain on 19 May. Each programme will be shown at Tate Britain for a period of three months (Prog 1: 19 May - 10 August 2003,

Prog 2: 11 August - 2 November 2003, Prog 3: 3 November - 25 January 2003 Prog 4: 26 January - 16 April 2004) and a related series of longer films by British artists will be shown on Sundays in the Clore auditorium.

Within each day-long programme the films and videos have been clustered in shorter thematic and historical groups which suggest continuities of interest and approach across generations: film’s ability to encapsulate the everyday and to mimic memory; the challenges of portraiture and the creation of visual music. Other groupings reflect the ways in which artists have explored video and film at particular moments: the early 1970s, when conceptual filmmaking emerged and, in parallel, artists at the London Filmmakers’ Co-op focused on the materials of their medium; the 1930s, when a committed avant-garde worked on the margins of the mainstream industry; and the early 1990s, as artists began to respond to the possibilities of digital editing.

A Century of Artists’ Film in Britain has been curated by David Curtis and is an Illuminations production for Tate, with the support of Central St Martins, the AHRB Centre for British Film & Television Studies, the LUX and the British Film Institute.

'The World Turned Upside Down', Ikon Gallery, Birmingham 2003
2003 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Events Room, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Choreographed by Anthony Howell, accompanied by John White’s melodic palindromes and directed by Jayne Parker, The World Turned Upside Down is an episodic dance of bizarre inversions and reversals between people and dogs. Are the dogs performing for the people or are the people performing for the dogs? The World Turned Upside Down is a ‘Dance for Camera’ film, commissioned by the Arts Council and BBC and produced by Sally Thomas for Maya Vision International.

Chosen
2002 - Rootstein Hopkins Space, London School of Fashion, London

Film 'Blues in B-flat' in Stanze II
2002 - Film - Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bolzano, Italy

Installations from the Collection MUSEION. 'Blues in B-flat' purchased.

Foxfire Eins, solo exhibition, touring
2000 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film, Photographs - Spacex Gallery, Exeter

'Foxfire Eins' is a solo exhibition co-commissioned by Spacex Gallery, Exeter, and Film and Video Umbrella. Featuring the cellist Anton Lukoszevieze, 'Foxfire Eins' presents a group of films, which explore the relation between music and film. A monograph, Jayne Parker Filmworks 79-00, was published by the Arts Council in 2000 to accompany the exhibition, which toured to venues including John Hansard Gallery, Southampton and the Pump Room, Aldeburgh Music Festival as well as screening abroad.

Picturing the Modern Amazon
2000 - New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, USA

'Crystal Aquarium' in 'Sublime: The Darkness and the Light'
1999 - Digibeta From Original 16mm Film - John Hansard Gallery, Southampton; touring to Atkinson Gallery, Street; Storey Gallery, Lancaster; Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham; The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne; Wolsey Art Gallery, Ipswich.

Arts Council Collection exhibition toured by National Touring Exhibitions from the Hayward Gallery, London, for the Arts Council of England. The works, drawn from the Arts Council Collection, spanning twenty years of purchasing included paintings, sculptures, installation and lens based works..

O Pas La (Surprising Spaces)
1999 - Lieu D'Art Contemporain, Narbonne, France

'Thinking Twice', Camden Arts Centre 1998
1998 - Dvd From Original 16mm Film - Camden Arts Centre, London

Installation of film in Gallery II, pianist Katharina Wolpe plays Stefan Wolpe.

'Thinking Twice', screened at opening of exhibition 'History', Ferens Art Gallery, Hull 1997
1997 - Film - Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

'History', an exhibition of the Mag Collection is an outstanding selection of British art covering the last two decades of the twentieth century. The collection is unusual in that it has been put together by a private collector, specifically for public use. It offers a unique opportunity to exhibit a body of important contemporary work, selected not from the point of view of a gallery but that of an individual collector.'

'The Invitation' in 'The Look of Love', a Rear Window exhibition.
1997 - The Approach Gallery, London and John Hansard Gallery, Southampton

Curated by Rear Window, the work in ‘The Look of Love’ was commissioned to respond to ‘the idea of Love as a topic of representation’ and, as the catalogue introduction explains, ‘more specifically the Love shared between two adults’.

Film Loop 'Bed' and photograph 'Flame' in 'Light'
1997 - 16mm Film And Photograph - Richard Salmon Gallery, London 10 Jan-23 Feb 1997 and Spacex Gallery, Exeter, 4 Oct-8 Nov 1998 97

Group exhibition, toured to Spacex Gallery, Exeter, 4/10/97 - 8/11/97.

'The Visible and the Invisible', an InIVA group exhibition, curated by Zoe Shearman and Tom Trevor, 1996.
1996 - Photographic Installation And Video Projection - 'non-art' sites, Euston, London

Large-scale contemporary art initiative through a series of satellite exhibitions, installations and events occurring simultaneously in 'non-art sites' in the London Euston area, including St Pancras Parish Church and The Wellcome Trust, London.

'Inside Out' in 'Body as Membrane', group exhibition 1996
1996 - Film And Photographic Installation - Body as Membrane, Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefrabrik, Odense, Denmark, and The Nordic Arts Centre, Sveaborg, Finland.

Signes des Temps: British Video, Film, and Slide-tape Installations 1980-1990, group exhibition, Centre d'Art Contemporain, La Ferme du Buisson, Paris,
1993 - Video From Original 16mm Film And Photographic Works - Centre d'Art Contemporain, La Ferme du Buisson, Paris, France

Curated by Chrissie Iles for the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford in 1990, Sign of the Times toured to Europe, by the British Council: Signes des Temps: British Video, Film, and Slide-tape Installations 1980-1990, Centre d'Art Contemporain, La Ferme du Buisson, Paris, France, a decade of moving image work by two generations of British film and video artists.

Elective Affinities, group exhibition, Tate Gallery Liverpool.
1993 - Films And Photographic Works - Tate gallery Liverpool

Sign of the Times, group exhibition,
1990 - Video From Original 16mm Film And Photographic Work - Museum of Modern Art, Oxford

Sign of the Times, curated by Chrissie Iles, offered a unique overview of a decade of moving image work by two generations of British film and video artists. The exhibition, which toured to Europe through the British Council, is the first of many important shows that took place at the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford during the 1990s. Iles presented the exhibition in two parts and each piece was configured either as a single room installation or placed in relationship to other works in a large open space. Her emphasis was therefore on the manifestation of video as an experiential interface, rather than as a medium isolated from context, as its purists at the time would maintain. Marie-Anne McQuay

Charting Time: artists’ drawings, notes and diagrams for film and video, Serpentine Gallery, London 1986
1986 - Installation Of Drawings For Animation - Serpentine Gallery, London

The British Art Show: Old Allegiances and New Directions 1979-1984, group exhibition, an Arts Council National Touring Exhibition City of Birmingham Museum and Art gallery and Ikon Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Mappin Gallery, Sheffield, Southampton Art Gallery
1984 - Film - National Tour

Touring venues and dates: City of Birmingham Museum and Art gallery and Ikon Gallery, 2/11/1984 – 22/12/1984; Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 16/1/1985 – 24/2/1985; Mappin Gallery, Sheffield, 16/3/1985 – 4/5/1985; Southampton Art Gallery, 18/5/1985 – 30/6/1985

Imagination is the Venom....., group exhibition,
1982 - Installation - Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Publications

'Crystal Aquarium', 4W - Outcasting: Fourth Wall 2012
- Film (dvd from original 16mm film) 2012/01/01

'Arc'
- Film (film) 2012/01/01

Musical Equivalent
- Film (16mm film) in One Hundred Foot 2012/01/01

Musical Equivalent
- Film (16mm film) in One Hundred Foot 2012/01/01

The Whirlpool, Stationary Music
- Film (film) 2012/01/01

The Whirlpool
- Film (dvd from original 16mm film) 2012/01/01

The Pool
- Film (film) 2012/01/01

'Arc' from Trilogy: Kettles Yard
- Film 2011/01/01

'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard', 2nd Australian International Experimental Film Festival
- Film (film) 2010/01/01

...but the clouds...
- Film (Video) 2010/01/01

Cold Jazz, Crystal Aquarium, Woman with Arms Crossed
- Film (dvd from original 16mm film) 2010/01/01

'K.' in 'Soapbox'
- Film (Film) 2010/01/01

'The Whirlpool' in 'Artists' Film: Transformation - Space and Narrative'
- Film (Film) 2010/01/01

...but the clouds...
- Film (Video) 2009/01/01

Film 'The Reunion' shown as part of 'Opera' a programme curated by Artprojx.
- Film (Film) 2009/01/01

Film 'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard' at Media City Film Festival, 15th Annual Festival of Film and Video Art, Windsor, Ontario.
- Film (Film) 2009/01/01

'Jayne Parker: British Artists' Films', released 2008
- Film (DVD) , BFI , London 2008/06/01

Film 'The Reunion' shown as part of 'Opera' a programme curated by Artprojx.
- Film (Film) 2008/01/01

Film 'Foxfire Eins' in SPNM's 'Sound Source' event.
- Film (Film) 2008/01/01

Film 'Blues in B-flat', 'Sonic Illuminations'.
- Film (Film) 2008/01/01

'Stationary Music' at Diversions Film Festival, Edinburgh
- Film (Film) 2008/01/01

'Stationary Music' in 'Place Memory' 2007
- Film (Film) 2007/01/01

Stationary Music
- Film (Film) 2007/01/01

Catalogue of Birds: Book 3
- Film (Film) 2007/01/01

'Strong Women: Vicki Amedume' in 'Playing in the Light: Ways of Seeing'
- Film (Film) 2006/01/01

Stationary Music
- Artwork (Film) in Film screened in International Competition , Oberhausen International Film Festival, 2005/05/01

50th Oberhausen International Short Film Festival
- Artwork (Invited retrospective Speciall Screening of 17 films over two occasions between 29 Apr - 4 May 2004) , Oberhausen, Germany 2004/04/29

Landscape in 'I Dish'
- Chapter in The Undercut Reader: Critical Writings on Artist's Film and Video , published by Wallflower Press , London, England 2003/01/01

I Cat, RX Recipe, The Pool, Thinking Twice, Projection 1, Foxfire Eins
- Film (Film) in Light Reading are delighted to present a retrospective of Jayne Parker's films including some of the seminal tests of the British Avant-Garde. "Her themes – the body, personal space, sexual identity – link her to the contemporary visual arts as much as her eye for the oblique but sharp-edged connections. At the same time her language of gesture, her concept of the artist as performer and her use of metaphor also evoke the cinema of Cocteau and the later surrealists. But in some ways she goes further: ... her films are structures around the taught control of the medium and it's viewing space, to evoke a sense of contemporary classicism." – Al Rees, A history of experimental film and video Presented here in discussion with Al Rees, Parker will contextualise and screen work from her past and present. 2002/11/26

OB/OB, South London Gallery, Live Art Series
- Film (Performance event with music and film) 2002/01/01

'Foxfire Eins' series in 'Man/Cello', Ultima: Oslo Contemporary Music Festival 3-13 October 2002
- Film (film) 2002/01/01

'Reprise', Dance of Life - Camera Mobile, Dance for Camera, Ultima Film, Ultima: Oslo Contemporary Music Festival 2002
- Film (film) 2002/01/01

'Crystal Aquarium', 'The Pool' and 'Thinking Twice', solo screening
- Film (16mm film) 1999/01/01

'K.' in 'Illuminating Gestures', group screening.
- Film (16mm film) 1999/01/01

'The Whirlpool', 'Dance on Screen in Norway', Senter for Dansekunst, Oslo, Norway
- Film (film) 1998/10/01

'The Whirlpool' screening at Odense International Film festival, Denmark
- Artwork 1998/01/01

K
- Artwork (Screening at the 3rd Rencontres Internationales Art Cinema/Video/Ordinateur, Cinema des Cineastes, Paris.) 1998/02/01

Crystal Aquarium, Screening at Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, Germany
- Film (film) 1998/10/01

'The Whirlpool', 'Pandaemonium '98', LUX Cinema
- Film (film) 1998/02/01

The Reunion
- Film (Film) 1998/01/22

The Whirlpool, Feminale women's Film Festival, Köln, Germany
- Artwork (film) 1998/10/01

'K.'
- Artwork 1998/01/01

'Thinking Twice' in group screening, LUX Cinema 1998
- Film (Film) 1998/01/01

'Crystal Aquarium'
- Artwork (film) 1998/06/13

Crystal Aquarium. Film. Shown at 43rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, 24-29 April 1997; Odense International Film Festival, Denmark, 12-16 August 1997; Festival of Festivals, Denmark, 25-28 September 1997; PIFF - Pusan International Film Festival 24 September - 1 October 1997.
- Artwork (Film: Awarded the Grand Prize of the City of Oberhausen plus a Mention Speciale from FRIPRESCI at the 43rd International Short F) 1997/01/01

'The Reunion'
- Film 1997/01/01

'The Whirlpool', 'Smoke Screen - Art for Television' Programme 1, broadcast 30 Nov 1997; NFT2 Southbank Centre 14 Nov 1997; 'Insights 4: The Whirlpool - A case study' The Place, London 30 Nov 1997.
- Film 1997/01/01

K
- Artwork (Film. Screened in programme presented by Coil Magazine The Drift of Practice at Lux Cinema, London, 16 November 1997 and at Arno) 1997/01/01

International Competition, 41st Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany.
- Film (film) 1995/01/01

25 Years of British Avant-Garde Film Making, Tate Gallery, London.
- Other (film) 1991/01/01

'K.' in 'Between Imagination and reality: The ICA Biennial of Independent Film and Video 1990'.
- Film (film) 1990/01/01

Free Show, I Cat, RX Recipe, I Dish, K., in 'Arsenal: International Film Forum', Riga, Latvia.
- Film (film) 1990/01/01

'Almost Out' in 'The Elusive Sign: British Film and Video', Arts Council and British Council International Tour, launched at the Tate, London.
- Film (film) 1987/01/01

The Third Generation: Women Sculptors Today, Drew Gallery, Canterbury Festival, Canterbury.
- Film (film) 1986/01/01

The New Pluralism: British film and video 1980-85, selected by Michael O'Pray and Tina Keane.
- Film (film) 1985/01/01

Surrealist Traces, Film and Video Umbrella tour, launched at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.
- Film (film) 1985/01/01

'Crystal Aquarium' installed work: 'Moderna by Night'. Film screening: 'RX Recipe', 'Snig', 'The Cat and the Woman', 'K.', 'Blues in B-flat', '59 1/2 seconds for string player' 2004
- Film (dvd from original 16mm film)

'Crystal Aquarium' in 'The Raw and the Cooked'1997
- Other (film) in The Fourth ICA Biennial of Independent Film and Video, an international tour.

'The Pool' in 'Arrows of Desire: The 2nd ICA Biennal of Independent Film & Video, international tour launched at the ICA, London 1992.
- Film (film) , 1993

Exciled: A Cinema of Shattering Truths, Film and Video Umbrella tour, launched at the ICA, London.
- Film (film)

Light Years, twenty year celebration, London Film Makers’ Co-op, London.
- Other (film)

Summer Shorts, British Film Institute film tour, launched at the Metro Cinema, London.
- Film (film)

Women Live Festival, film screening at the National Film Theatre, London
- Film (film) , 1982

Foxfire Eins series, and performance by cellist Anton Lukozsevieze, Transart, Music and Art Festival, Bozen/Bolzano, Italy. 2001
- Film (film)

Parker, J., Howell, A. The World Turned Upside Down: Dance for Camera, commissioned by The Arts Council and BBC2, BBC2 Television Broadcast. 2002
- Film (film) , 2002

Portrait in Film, National Gallery: screening of 'Almost Out'
- Film

Still Life
- Film

The World Turned Upside Down
- Artwork (film)

'K.', 'Cold Jazz', 'The Whirlpool', 'Foxfire Eins', 'Projection 1', 'Blues in B-flat', 59 1/2 seconds for a string player', retrospective screening at Jeonju International Film Festival, South Korea.
- Film (film)

'Thinking Twice', BBC Short Film Festival 1998
- Film (film)

'The Pool' in 'Tapeless Melodies' 2011
- Film (film)

'The World Turned Upside Down', 'Cold Jazz' and 'Catalogue of Birds: Book 3', in 'THEME programme: Shooting Animals. A brief History of Animal Film curated by Marcel Schwierin and Cord Riechelmann 2011
- Film (film)

'Cold Jazz', 'Catalogue of Birds: Book 3', 'Blues in B-flat', 'Arc' from 'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard' 2011
- Film (film)

'I Dish', 'The Pool', 'Stationary Music', 'Arc' and 'K.' in 'Renewing Deren's Legacy' 2011
- Film (film)

'I Dish' in 'Séance for Maya Deren', group screening and panel discussion as part of Maya Deren season 'Maya Deren: 50 Years On' 2011
- Film (film)

'Trilogy: Kettle's Yard', Australian International Experimental Film Festival 2010
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music' in 'Mezz#08 Space Memory II' 2010
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', in 'Evolution'. Media Arts Festival, 3-9 April 2006, Leeds.
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music' in TTV Festival, 3 - 14 May 2006, Bologna, Italy
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', The Times BFI London Film Festival Tour: 'Experimenta' 2006
- Film (film)

'Strong Women: Vikki Amedume', La Nuit Blanche, Paris 2006
- Film (film)

'Foxfire Eins' series in 'Film / Live' - 'Space Where Sound Resonates', 'How to Improve the World', Live Art Programme, Haywood Gallery 2006
- Film (film)

'I Dish', 'K.', 'The Pool', Blues in B-flat', 'Stationary Music' and 'Catalogue of Birds: Book 3' in 'Retrospective: The Subjective Camera' 2007
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', Maremetraggio - International Short Film Festival, Trieste, Italy 2006
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', Media City 12, International Film and Video Art Festival, Windsor, Ontario, Canada 2006
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin 2005
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music' screened as part of 'Starting At Zero: Black Mountain College 1933-1957', Arnofini Gallery, Bristol 2005-6
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', International Competition, 51st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2005
- Film (film)

'Stationary Music', Experimenta Programme, The Times 50th BFI International Film Festival, London 2004
- Film (film)

'The Whirlpool', 'Cold Jazz' and 'Crystal Aquarium', 2nd International Women's Film Festival, Mumbai, India 2005
- Film (dvd from original 16mm film)

'Stationary Music', Seoul Net & Film Festival 2005
- Film (film)

'The Whirlpool', Signes de Nuit programme, 11th European Film Festival Beirut, Lebanon, organsied by the European Community 2004
- Film (film)

'The Whirlpool', Le Festival international Signes de Nuit, Paris 2004
- Film (film)

'591/2 seconds for a string player, versions 1-3', in 'Drift', New Media Scotland's Touring Moving Image programme 2004
- Film (film)

'Thinking Twice' and 'Stationary Music', 'Stefan Wolpe: celebrating the composers of Black Mountain College' with pianist Katharina Wolpe 2006
- Film (film)

'Apparition', Cinesthesia - a multimedia event of new music and film 2003
- Film (film)

'RX Recipe' in 'Live Culture' 2003
- Film (film)

'Thinking Twice', in symposium: 'The School and Schooling of Stefan Wolpe: Cross Currents in Jazz and New Music' 1998
- Film (film)

'The World Turned Upside Down', International Competition, 49th International Short Film and Video Festival Oberhausen 2003. Also, Cinémayence, Mainz, Germany 3 Feb 2004; Milano Film Festival, Italy 11 Mar 2004; Goethe Institute, Tallinn, Estonia 24 Nov 2004.
- Film (film)

'I Dish', 'K.', 'Crystal Aquarium', 'Blues in B-flat', in 'Experiments in Moving Image' 2004
- Other (film)