One Minute No. 9
30. 09. 2023, 8pm
Screening series with collections of moving images, each about 1 min. long. Curated and organised by Kerry Baldry, UK
Rose Butler, Steven Woloshen, Erica Suderburg, Michael Szpakowski,
sam renseiw, Philip Sanderson, Anna Mortimer, Karissa Hahn, Stuart Pound and Rosemary Norman, Scott Fitzpatrick, Peter Martin, Chris Paul Daniels, Kypros Kyprianou,
Katharine Meynell, Grant Petrey, Jonathan Spencer, My Name is Scot, Kerry Baldry, Sam Meech, Amy Lunn, Nick Herbert, Julia Dogra-Brazell, Chris Meigh-Andrews,
Gordan Dawson and Louisa Minkin, David Chatton Barker,
Heather Ross, Nicky Hamlyn, Marty St. James, Maud Haya Baviera, Chris A. Wright,
Rachel Allain, Ellie Kyungran Heo, Pablo Robertson de Unamuno and Zeljko Vukicevic (Zhel)
Over the last 14 years Kerry Baldry has been compiling and organising screenings of artists’ moving images titled One Minute.
There are ten compilations to date (she is currently compiling One Minute volume eleven) which are an eclectic mix of works, all of them one minute long, by over 80 artists – from award winning filmmakers through to recent graduates.
The One Minute programmes have been screened world wide at
numerous galleries, artists spaces and film festivals and are now included in The British Film Institute national archive.
A review of One Minute (1–4) by Michael Szpakowski for The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ), the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts is available here:
About Kerry Baldry
Kerry Baldry is an artist, filmmaker and independent curator. Her film practice explores the relationship between performance and moving image and her work has been exhibited as both single screen and looped film installations in galleries and film festivals world wide. After graduating in Fine Art from Middlesex University with a B.A. (Hons) and then studying Fine Art Film and Video at Central St. Martins, she was commissioned to make a short film for BBC2s One Minute Television which was broadcast on The Late Show – a collaboration between BBC2 and The Arts Council.
Her artistic practice encompasses a wide range of media and she currently works in her studio in Snowdonia, North Wales. www.kerrybaldry.co.uk
artwork: Videostill from On Being Out of Touch, artist: Heather Ross