Ahead of its screening on Channel 4 this Thursday at midnight, a preview of Pauline Curnier Jardin Frieze Projects 2017 film where a sunny circus holds some dark secrets
For Frieze Projects 2017, video artist Alex Bag’s playful provocation takes on consumer and pop culture
For Frieze Projects 2017, Raphaela Vogel’s study of voyeurism via video drone
Frieze Film artists introduce their new commissions in the auditorium
Alex Bag, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Gabríela Friðriksdóttir and Raphaela Vogel will premiere new works at Frieze London 2017
Highly influential American artist Alex Bag subverts the vocabularies of advertising, music videos and reality TV to critique today’s neo-liberal structures
Peopled with hybrid and sexually charged beings, the meditative video works of the Icelandic artist are fed by Nordic sagas and irrational drives
Mixing pop culture with elements of Surrealism, the French artist's theatrical films take history or myth as their points of departure to create a ‘patchwork narration’
Using a drone to film her own body from a ‘hornet perspective’, the German artist questions the fe/male gaze, and how technology interferes with the physical self.
Why did artist Eric Wesley take over a disused Taco Bell in Middle America?
Ahead of Samson Kambalu's new work as part of this year's Frieze Film, a look at some of the films made under his ‘Nyau cinema rules’
In anticipation of his new work for Frieze Film, Ming Wong reflects on his 2012 ode to Roman Polanski