Moving image artists are invited to join us on Tues 15th September for the first online edition of the Moving Image Salon, presented in collaboration with Residency 11:11.

Established in Spring 2019 by artists Daniel & Clara, the Moving Image Salon is a regular gathering in London for artists working in the fields of moving image and experimental filmmaking. It is a relaxed and open space for conversation and exchange about contemporary moving image practices, a networking event and critical forum.

The physical meetings are currently on hold due to covid-19 but on Tues 15th September we’ll be bringing you the first online gathering of the Moving Image Salon, this will take place on Zoom. This session will centre around an open discussion exploring how the pandemic and lockdown have affected the creativity, imagination and creative process of moving image makers.

There will be 4 featured guests, who will each give short presentations on what they have been creating over the past six months, this will be followed by an open discussion. Any artists who work with moving image are welcome to join the conversation.

Free event but places are limited to 25 participants so please book soon to avoid disappointment.


Zoom links will be sent out on the morning of the event, please only book if you are sure you can make it.

This special online edition of the Moving Image Salon has been made possible by the support and collaboration of Residency 11:11.