4:3 – separate projections combine unifying, becoming whole
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Join us for the preview of Ross Hogg’s first solo exhibition in a public institution including one night only performative screenings and a drinks reception.
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Tue 19 Mar: 6-8.30pm
Free, non ticketed

Wine and nibbles provided

6pm Threshold artspace, Perth Concert Hall
Be the first to see and experience Ross’s ambitious new body of work entitled 4:3 commissioned by Horsecross Arts and acquired for the Threshold artspace, Perth Concert Hall. 4:3 aims to push the traditional technique of painting and scratching directly onto 16mm film stock into new territory. This new commission includes a single and multi-channel artist’s film; a limited edition film strip works; an artist’s studio on site complete with an animation drawing board and 16mm projector and an immersive Virtual Reality experience.

6.30pm Threshold artspace, Perth Theatre
Follow Ross Hogg and all our hosts from Horsecross Arts across Mill Street to Threshold artspace, Perth Theatre for our drinks reception

7pm John Knight Studio, Perth Theatre
Take your seat in the John Knight Studio, Perth Theatre for a night of performative screenings hosted by Mike Griffiths, Chief Executive of Horsecross Arts. See a survey of
all seven award-winning artists’ films on the big screen for one night only. Each couplet of films will be followed by a Q & A with Ross Hogg and Iliyana Nedkova joined by our special guests Sanne Jehoul and Matt Lloyd of Glasgow Short Film Festival, Iain Gardner of Edinburgh International Film Festival (and artistic director the McLaren 2014 Programme), and Daniel Ebner of VIS Vienna Shorts Festival.

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About Ross Hogg
Ross Hogg is an award-winning animation filmmaker based in Edinburgh, who focuses on creating dexterous, hand-crafted animation using a variety of materials, celebrating the vibrancy and physicality of the medium. He has been honoured by BAFTA Scotland, receiving five nominations and winning the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Animation in 2014, the BAFTA Scotland Award for Short Film in 2016, and the BAFTA Scotland Award for Animation in 2017. Ross works on a freelance basis on a range of animation projects whilst occasionally teaching on the Undergraduate and Masters Programmes at The Glasgow School of Art.

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Tue 19 Mar: 6:00pm

4:3 (trailer) from Ross Hogg on Vimeo.