To celebrate a decade of the Film London Jarman Award, the Whitechapel Gallery are exhibiting the work of the winners and shortlisted artists. The Jarman Award supports artists working with moving image, recognising the spirit of experimentation, imagination, and innovation in the work of emerging artist filmmakers. Lindsay Seers received the prize in 2009 and is showing a 17-minute iteration of Nowhere Less Now, the episodic work commissioned by Artangel in 2010.
10:00 – 17:00
Tuesday – Sunday
Due to the Artists’ Film International exhibition, the Whitechapel Gallery has altered visitor hours in May and June 2018, please see their website for more details.
Lindsay Seers, Nowhere Less Now (2010 – 2016) is screened daily at 11:30 and 16:10
Lindsay Seers studied at the Slade School of Art and Goldsmiths College in London during the 1990s. She has emerged as one of the most distinctive new figures in British art. Her installation Extramission 6 (Black Maria) was one of the highlights of Altermodern, the Tate Triennial in 2009. The same year, Seers exhibited It has to be this way at Matt’s Gallery in London. In 2010/11 Seers presented a sequel, It has to be this way² , commissioned by SMK (National Gallery of Denmark) and Mead Gallery, Warwick and presented by Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.
Nowhere Less Now is part of The Artangel Collection. Since its initial installation in London in 2012, a new version was presented at the Hayward Gallery, London in 2014.