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Ian Bourn screenings & exhibitions

Screenings and Exhibitions

Owner Occupier

  • 2001 Mute Loop project for Filmwaves, The LUX centre

Alfred Hitchcock (funded by Alfred Hitchcock Centenary Award, LFVDA and Waltham Forest Borough)

  • 2001 Century City, Tate Modern London
  • 2000 Public Premiere LUX London

The Kiss (A collaboration with John Smith

  • 2000 Cork Film Festival, Ireland
  • 2000 Film and Media Festival (3rd Prize), Sicily
  • 1999 L'Immagine Leggera Palermo International Videoart
  • 1999 VIPER festival, Lucerne, Switzerland
  • 1999 International Short Film Festival, Santiago, Chile
  • 1999 Impakt Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands
  • 1999 Selected Image Forum Festival, Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama & Fukuoka, Japan

Monolog ( funded by Arts Council Production Award)

  • 2001 Century City, Tate Modern London
  • 2000 Tate Britain London
  • 1999 Image Forum Festival, Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama & Fukuoka, Japan
  • 1999 Dallas Film Festival, Texas, USA

Breathing Days (funded by Greater London Arts Production Award)

  • 1998 Pandæmonium: Festival of Moving Images, LUX, London
  • 1992 London Film Festival

What Is He Doing Now?

  • 1988 ICA, London

The End of the World

  • 1986 British Council touring programmes: Second Link and The Elusive Sign, ICA and Tate Gallery London, Canada, USA, Europe and Japan

B.29 (Three Nights In), Making Yourself At Home

  • 1981 Arts Council Touring Scheme, ICA London.

From The Junkyard

  • 1979 selected Hayward Annual, Hayward Gallery, London

Lenny's Documentary

  • 1979 Hayward Annual, Hayward Gallery


  • 1979 Hayward Annual, Hayward Gallery.

Television Broadcast

  • Out Of It (commissioned by the Arts Council of Great Britain and BBC2) 1991 tx BBC2: The Late Show
  • Sick As A Dog 1990 Channel 4: The Eleventh Hour
  • The End of the World 1986 tx Channel 4: Ghosts in the Machine

Mixed-Media Film/Video Installation Works

  • Conservatory 1997 (architectural design for prefabricated structure with multi-projection installation) commissioned for the opening of the Lux Centre, Hoxton Square, London
  • Contra-Flow 1992 (five-day continuous event for 18 Morris Minors, video, film projection and live performance) Broadgate Centre, London
  • Little Big Horn 1992 (environmental installation using 9 different vehicles, film, video and mixed media) Southbank Centre, London
  • Paperhouse 1992 (architectural design for prefabricated structure with 12-screen video multi-projection installation) Xebec Hall, Kobe; Prefectoral Museum, Kyoto and Art Tower, Mito (Japan)
  • Imaginary Opera 1992 (performance using multi-screen projection, bicycles and live orchestra; music by Steve Martland) Kyoto Prefectoral Museum (Japan), English Version 1994, Royal Festival Hall, London
  • Wounded Knee 1990 (3 terraced houses, cars, multi-screen film projection, live performance and music by The Mosquitoes) Whitechapel Gallery Open Studios, London
  • Night Assembly 1987 (multi-screen film projection) The Assembly Rooms, George St, Edinburgh
  • Cinematic Architecture for the Pedestrian 1985 (terraced house, multi-screen film projection),1st London performance, filmed for BBC television.
  • Cinematic Architecture for the Pedestrian 1986 (terraced houses, multi-screen film projection and live performance) 3 London venues, Artangel Trust

Other Collaborations

  • The Kiss 1999 (a collaboration with filmmaker John Smith, Video Installation with projection on glass) for LOVE International Contemporary Art Show, Tokyo, Japan Nov 1999
  • The Kiss 1999 (2 monitor installation) PEARL gallery London 2002
  • Revolver 1997 (a collaboration with artist Tony Sinden, 21 film projector installation with music by Steve Martland designed for Cabot Square, Canary Wharf) commissioned by Canary Wharf, London

Acting and Performance

  • Jeckle and Hyde 2001, Lead role in live-animation project by Paul Bush commissioned by the Arts Council of England.
  • Lie Detector 2001, Narrator in animation by Paul Bush.
  • And 1998, (35 min. live performance cycle) Performer in a six-day continuous performance devised by artist/dramatist Gary Stevens, an Arts Council funded commission for the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford.
  • Slow Glass 1991, Lead actor and narrator in a film by John Smith commissioned by the Arts Council and Channel Four Television.
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