Jarman Award announced six shortlisted artists for 2019 award. Among them are Rehana Zaman with her film How Does an Invisible Boy Disappear? (2018), the footage of the Toxteth race riots in Liverpool, then Imran Perretta with his film Brother To Brother (2017). He works across the moving-image, sound, performance and poetry.
Mikhail Karikis and his film Ain’t Got No Fear (2016). He follows individuals wearing neon-masks through the marshlands of the Isle of Grain in Kent. Cécile B. Evans and her film Amos’ World: Episode Two (2018), she examines our emotions with the impact of technology.
Beatrice Gibson works with 16mm film and digital formats and explores her fears combined with motherhood, creativity and community in this world, her film is Deux Soeurs Qui Ne Sont Pas Soeurs [Two Sisters Who Are Not Sisters] (2019). Hetain Patel uses humor as a bridge to connect people from two different cultures with his film Don’t Look at the Finger (2018).
The winner of the prize of £10.000 will be announced on November 25th at the Barbican Centre in London. Before the prize ceremony the shortlisted artists will be touring across 10 UK venues, ending their tour with two days of screening, discussions and performances at the Whitechapel on November 16th and 17th.
The Jarman Award 2019 jury is:
Larry Achiampong & David Blandy – Artists, Shortlisted for the Award in 2018
Iwona Blazwick OBE – Director, Whitechapel Gallery
Melanie Keen – Director, Iniva
Tyrone Walker-Hebborn – Director, Genesis Cinema and
Andrea Lissoni – Senior Curator, International Art (Film), Tate Modern and Film London Board Member