Nina Danino, Stabat Mater (1990)
Nina Danino is a filmmaker and artist since the 1980s when she was a member of the London Filmmakers’ Co-op and of the editorial collective of Undercut, the artists’ film and video magazine. Her films are distributed by LUX and have been funded by the BFI, The Arts Council and Channel 4. They have been shown worldwide in film festivals including Edinburgh (1985), Seville (2019), London (1992, 1998, 2019), Chicago (1994), Ann Arbor, US (2016), in cinemas; Pacific Film Archives, San Francisco (1994), NFT (2011), ICA, London (2016), Anthology Film Archives, New York (2017), in museums; CAC, Malaga (2012), National Museum of Iceland, Reykjavik (2013), Tate Modern (2016). Her films are in the BFI National Film and TV Archive. She is Reader in Fine Art, Department of Art, Goldsmiths.
Mark Dean has worked as a video and sound artist from the 1990’s onwards, exhibiting widely in galleries and institutions including Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Museum Ludwig, & De Pont Museum, with commissions for Barbican, ICA, & Imperial War Museum, and works held in museum collections including Leeds Art Gallery, Mudam Luxembourg, & Saastamoinen Foundation, Finland. During this time Dean also taught Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art and Goldsmiths College. In 2009 Dean received a Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists, and in 2010 was ordained in the Church of England, currently working as a chaplain and interfaith advisor to University of the Arts London, and coordinator of Arts Chaplaincy Projects.