Summer Exhibitions Programme 2017

In Summer 2017, MIMC took the opportunity to run a series of solo exhibitions within the Alchemy Film & Arts space on Hawick High Street.

Patrick Rafferty | Rhythm, Routine and Ritual
20 and 22 July 2017 | Hawick
The first part of an ongoing project, using still and moving image. Patrick examines how intertwined, yet partitioned our lives can be. Routine and Ritual explores causality and entropy, light and shadow, growth and decay.

Beverley Cornwell| On Exhibit
27 and 29 July 2017 | Hawick
A compilation of short films by Beverley Cornwell that explores themes that emerge when looking at exhibited animals as objects and art, and investigates the way we share our spaces with animals in museums, zoos, and art galleries.

Jason Moyes | Minus Nine
3 and 5 August 2017 | Hawick
Minus Nine explores a range of themes and maps the artist’s journey as a filmmaker. Myths and legends are retold, Berwick is at war with St. Petersburg, the American dream is represented in found footage and red lights cast a spell.

Jane Houston Green | Here, There, Everywhere
10 and 12 August 2017 | Hawick
Four films made in 2016 and a current work in progress, which the Artist is planning to develop into an amalgamated work called ‘A Shadow Symphony’.

Narda Azaria Dalgleish | What About the Ineffable?
17 and 19 August 2017 | Hawick
What About the Ineffable? An experimental moving image retrospective of selected works created between 2014-2017. Narda also created a forest installation projecting 100 portraits.

Nicoletta Stephanz | pf(hy)steria
24 and 26 August 2017 | Hawick
A selection of Nicoletta’s recent film works, including a collaboration with Artist Joy Parker. Nicoletta’s newest work, pf(hy)steria explores the impact of illness on one’s life, paths to recovery and a sense of lost time.

Jessie Growden | Work in Progress
31 August and 2 September 2017 | Hawick
During the exhibition, Jessie created paintings informed by image and sound, in an attempt to present the landscape as a visual translation from life to moving image to an object – the painting.