Analogue Ensemble is a programme of artists’ experimental film and expanded cinema taking place Ramsgate and beyond, inviting local, national and international artist filmmakers to present their work live and engage in post screening discussion with the audience.
the Landscape Screening at Ramsgate Music Hall in the evening, Neil Henderson
will lead a discussion group based on a text about Larry Gottheim’s film 'Fog
Line' which was an early inspiration in his practice. The text will be from Scott
Macdonald’s 'The Garden in the Machine: A Field Guide to Independent Films
about Place, 2001. This will be a 60 minute participatory session and will
provide a deeper insight to Neil's work and introduce the work of Larry
Students in Further and Higher Education and informal learning settings.
Henderson's work has encompassed multiple projector pieces, experiments with
the materiality of film and photography, and films about landscape. His work
has been shown at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge; Microscope Gallery, New York, Tate
Britain, ICA London, Camden Arts Centre and Modern Art Oxford. In 2009 his film
Circles was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing prize. His work is discussed in
Nicky Hamlyn’s book, 'Film Art Phenomena' (London: BFI, 2003). He studied at
the Kent Institute of Art and Design and the Slade School of Art and teaches
Film Studies at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
Image: Drains, part of Three Studies in Geography, Neil Henderson.