Art Night is London’s largest free contemporary arts festival. Each year the festival partners with a leading cultural institution and curator, focusing on a different area of London to explore its distinctive identity, culture and architecture through various forms of art.
At our film studios in central London, Cécile B. Evans’ staged the production of the final episode of her three-part video and installation work Amos’ World. Evans’ set was constructed at Spectrecom Studios and visitors participated in a live taping session with set pieces, chroma blue screen, and live performers.
#Repost @emanuellayr ・・・ dont miss #cecilebevans @artnightldn ! #london every 30 minutes till 4am! The third and final episode of the series will be filmed at @spectrecomfilms in @vauxhallone on #ArtNight2018, 7 July, with the studio audience coming to watch the process in half hour installments. Don’t miss it! @artnightldn #artnighldn #emanuellayr @mumok_vienna, @glasgowtramway, and #MuseumAbteiberg. Backdrops produced with support from @Genesis_Imaging, with bespoke seating provided by @Mahoganyopera. #artnightldn @cecilebevans
Come join tomorrow @spectrecomfilms for @artnightldn as we film the final 😢 episode of Amos’ World live, with amazing cast, crew, and team ❤️ 6pm-4am @anais.anais.anais @fleurlife5 @go_go_gaudlity @madeleine.ruggi @katieguggenheim @echo_t_t @magaajyia @nesbacrenshaw @mattesandminiatures @frankmadonedop and more 📷 @yuripattison
For this year’s edition, Art Night partnered with Ralph Rugoff and the Hayward Gallery team to curate projects by 12 internationally renowned artists. More than 50 cultural institutions and local venues were included in the programme and artists displayed a series of installations, interactive experiences, outdoor art, special screenings, exhibits and performances centred on this year’s theme – the concept of home within the urban landscape.