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Malcolm Le Grice screenings & exhibitions

Exhibitions

  • 1973 Paris Biennale No.8
  • 1973 Gallery House, London
  • 1973 Filmaktion, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  • 1974 Projekt '74 , Cologne.
  • 1976 Arte Inglese Oggi, Milan.
  • 1976 Une Histoire du Cinema, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
  • 1977 Documenta 6, Kassel.
  • 1977 Film als Film, Cologne, Berlin and Essen.
  • 1979 Film as Film , Hayward Gallery, London.
  • 1983 13th Music Biennale, Zagreb.
  • 1995 La couleur au cinema, Louvre, Paris.
  • 1995 The Director's Eye, Oxford Museum of Modern Art ( touring + 1996)
  • 1997 Mar Arte en la era electronica, Barcelona.
  • 1997 Nov Ciber@RT III Muestra Internacional de Nuevas Technologias, Valencia.
  • 2000 Mar-April Live in Your Head, Whitechapel Art Gallery.
  • 2002 May Shoot Shoot Shoot, Tate Modern, touring 2002-2004.
  • 2003 Century of British Artists Film and Video -

Film Festivals
Films selected for screening at the following film and media festivals:

  • 1968 Bremen
  • 1969 Tokyo
  • 1969 & 70 Cannes (Quinzaine des Realisateurs)
  • 1970 Luzerne
  • 1972 Hamburg
  • 1973 Festival of Independent Avant-Garde Film, London
  • 1969, 73, 76, 77 Edinburgh
  • 1974 Oberhausen
  • 1976 & 77 Berlin
  • 1977 London
  • 1978 Montreal
  • 1983 Hyeres
  • 1987 Osnabruck
  • 1987 Moscow
  • 1995 Zagreb Media Scape
  • 1995 Digital Dreams (Newcastle)
  • 1996 Pandaemonium (ICA London)
  • 1997 Oberhausen
  • 2004 Expanded Cinema Festival, Dortmund

Work presented in the context of a one-person review or retrospective as follows:

  • 1973 Danish Film Museum
  • 1976 Stelijk, Amsterdam.
  • 1976 Palais des Baux Arts, Brussels.
  • 1977 Carnegie Institute, Pitsburgh.
  • 1977 Museum of Modern Art, New York.
  • 1977 Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley.
  • 1979 International Arts Symposium, Lublin, Poland.
  • 1983 Multi Media Centre, Zagreb.
  • 1984 Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.
  • 1997 Nov Filmoteca de la Generalitat Valencia - Retrospectiva Malcolm Le Grice
  • 1998 Oct Deutsches Film Museum, Frankfurt
  • 1999 Jan Art Gallery of Ontario, Cinematheque, Toronto.
  • 2002 March Lethaby Gallery, London.

Broadcast Screenings

  • "Berlin Horse" (Dir.) within OU series first transmitted 1979. Transmitted Channel Four TV, 5 April 1993
  • "Horror Film" (Dir.) included in ZDF programme of Artists' Films transmitted, Germany ZDF March 1982
  • "Finnegans Chin" (Dir.) 80 minute feature transmitted Channel Four, April 1983
  • "Normal Vision" 30 minute documentary on own work (jointly scripted with Philip Drummond, directed by Margaret Williams), transmitted Channel Four, April 1983
  • "Little Dog For Roger" (Dir.) included in "Das Magische Auge" transmitted on Austrian TV, February 1985
  • "Sketches for a Sensual Philosophy" (Dir.) Transmitted Channel Four 9 July 1990 and September 1991
  • "Abstract Film" Directed by Keith Griffiths containing interviews and film-video excerpts, transmitted Channel Four 5 July 1993 and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation December 1996
  • "Chronos Fragmented" (Dir) Transmitted Channel Four 17 July 1997

Archive Collections
The following archives and collections have purchased works:

  • Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
  • Royal Belgian Film Archive, Brussels
  • National Film Library of Australia, Canberra
  • Friends of the German Cinamatheque Archive, Berlin
  • National Film Archive of Taiwan
  • Canadian Distribution Centre, Montreal Archives du Film Experimental D'Avignon

Awards

Production or Research Grants:

  • Science Research Council grant for experiments in computer generated animation (1969)
  • Arts Council of Great Britain film production grants received in 1974, 1977 & 1979
  • British Film Institute production award 1981
  • Channel Four commission for "Sketches for a Sensual Philosophy" 1988
  • Channel Four/Arts Council commission for "Chronos Fragmented" 1994

Exhibition and lecture tour grants

  • British Council travel grants for visits since 1970 to the following countries:
  • Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, USA, Canada Germany, France, Poland, Yugoslavia (Croatia and Serbia), Soviet Union, Japan, Spain
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