Tableaux — a season of screenings and performances

Assembly Point is delighted to announce a season of events curated by invited artists and organisations. The programme features interactive screenings, performances and discussions focusing on artists’ moving image.

Tableaux consists of twelve events over three weeks with over one hundred contributors exploring various themes. Assembly Point has invited organisations and individuals to coordinate each event resulting in a diverse and exhilarating programme of moving image and performance.

Popcorn and refreshments by Ali Baba Juice

Full Programme PDF



Assembly Point Selects

Weds 04 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Laure Prouvost, Lawrence Lek and Sam Smith.

A selection of films and moving image based around themes of architecture, narrative, reality and language.

Coordinated by Assembly Point


Screening, Ping Pong & Dancing

Slow Bounce Video Magazine
Thurs 05 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Slow Bounce take both ping pong and dancing to their illogical conclusions, collating sounds and videos – found, commissioned and concocted.

Coordinated by Slow Bounce


Screening, Performance & Conversation

At the Backend
Fri 06 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Anna Zett, Claire Tolan, Die Ashley, Encyclopedia Inc., Kimmo Modig and The Cuss Group.

Editorial platform AQNB considers the semiotic shifts that come with networked communication, and its influence on (global) community-building and identity-formation. The event will feature AQNB/Video in Common editorial commissions as well as screenings, conversations and performances.

Coordinated by AQNB


Interactive Drawing Workshop

Sat 07 May, 15.00 – 18.00

An artist led drawing workshop in Red, Yellow & Blue.

Responding to film clips, classic and contemporary, familiar and lesser known, the exercises will focus on colour, shape and movement to document film through drawing, with a primary palette.
Join us to draw colours in motion. All ages welcome and no experience necessary.

Coordinated by George Mellor/Sister Arrow and Rosalind Wilson



The burglar alarm is still ringing
Weds 11 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Screenings of The Majority Never Has Right on its Side (2013) by Emanuel Almborg, 9 Intervals (2012) by Aurélien Froment and The Girl Chewing Gum (1976) by John Smith.

Coordinated by Europa and Åbäke

Screening & Performance —
Being VERSUS Time
Thurs 12 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Michael Robinson, Fernand Deligny, Benedict Drew.

A screening of These Hammers Don’t Hurt Us by Michael Robinson (2010) followed by Le Moindre Geste by Fernand Deligny (1962/1971) PLUS intermission pan-­dimensional transport with Benedict Drew.

Coordinated by Nicholas Brooks.


Screening & Performance

Fri 13 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Iain Ball, David Blandy, Caspar Heinemann, Krzysztof Honowski, Natasha Lall, Imran Perretta, Hayal Pozanti, Charles Richardson, Devlin Shea.

A screening event bringing together artists exploring the dialogical and/or performative space of the screen.

Coordinated by Charles Richardson.



FLAMIN Presents
Sat 14 May, 15.00 – 18.00

Featuring: Andrew Kötting, Emily Wardill, Sebastian Buerkner.

FLAMIN presents a selection of works from its archive that use moving image to represent experience, exploring themes of awareness, self reference and perception.

Coordinated by Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network



Frieze Video Presents
Weds 18 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Since launching in 2012, Frieze video has made over 40 videos, featuring the best in contemporary art and culture from around the globe. For this screening Frieze will present three of its most recent productions.

Coordinated by Frieze


Screening & Performance

Bubble Bath
Thurs 19 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Cecilia Bengolea and Jeremy Deller, Danielle Dean, Priscila Fernandes, Patrick Goddard, Paul Maheke, Alice Theobald and Anna Zett, .2Dot (Antonio Branco and Riccardo T), Emily Hawes, Rebecca Loweth, James Lowne, Richard Müller, Tassos Mesogitis, Jing Su.

The event is set to examine the notion of performativity in relation to identity and their production values through presentations by artists whose work explores fabricated subjectivity and claims new territories.

Coordinated by Lea Collet & Marios Stamatis



Synthetic Resonances
Fri 20 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Morehshin Allayari, Alma Aloro, Anthony Antonellis, LaTurbo Avedon, Iain Ball, Masha Batsea, Andrew Benson, Gabby Cepeda, Jennifer Chan, Georgios Cherouvim, Stine Deja, Adam Ferriss, Carla Gannis, Carrie Gates, Roxanne Gatt, Emilie Gervais, Claudia Hart, Faith Holland, Georges Jacotey, Nicole Killian, Gergo Kovacs, Rollin Leonard, Sara Ludy, Rea McNamara, Joe Melhuish, Martina Menegon, Rosa Menkman, A.Bill Miller, Lorna Mills, Kimmo Modig, Pussykrew, Charlotte Maeva Perret, Sam Rolfes, Antonio Roberts, Sucuk and Bratwurst, Rick Silva, Hirad Sab, Yoshi Sodeoka, Tristan Stevens, Valinia Svoronou, Katie Torn, Dalena Tran,Theo Triantafyllidis, V5MT with music by CELESTIAL TRAX, Miyo Van Stenis, Johnny Woods, Matteo Zamagni, Giselle Zatonyl, Erik H Zepka.

Synthetic Resonances will showcase a selection of moving image work (videos and GIFS) from artists that use digital tools in order to fabricate environments that can act as a rhizomatic structure of synthetic mediations in terms of ambience, materiality, construction.

Coordinated by Eva Papamargariti


Screening & Performance

Peckham Point: Exclusive Launch of Luxury Marketing Suite & Promotional Film Preview
Sat 21 May, 15.00 – 18.00

Featuring: Phil Coy, Emily Richardson, Rachel Pimm, Asta Meldal Lynge, Sasha Litvintseva, Rafal Zajko, Beatrice Gibson, Rachel Reupke, Joseph Townshend & Ruaidhri Ryan.

We are delighted to invite you to join us for the exclusive viewing of a new luxury property development, Peckham Point. Enjoy with us a champagne reception in our marketing suite and a promotional film screening, selected by Joseph Townshend & Ruaidhri Ryan, Peckham Point Property LTD Junior Sales Executives.

Coordinated by Joseph Townshend & Ruaidhri Ryan


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