Luke Fowler at IFFR
As an artist, Luke FOWLER (1978, Scotland) has been exhibited widely in Europe. His work, comprised of archival footage, photography and sound, investigates the conventions of biographical film and documentary. Since 2000, he has also been involved in the music scene in his home city of Glasgow, running Shadazz, a multimedia platform for artistic collaborations. He was the recipient of the first Jarman Award in 2008 and was nominated for the 2012 Turner Prize for All Divided Selves (2011), a documentary exploring the life and work of Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing.
What You See Is Where You're At (2001, short), The Way Out (2003, short), Pilgrimage from Scattered Points (2006, short), Bogman Palmjaguar (2007, short), Paddington Collaboration (2007, short), Achterhaven Splinters (2008, short), An Abbeyview Film (2008, short), Another Day of Gravity (2008, short), George (2008, short), A Grammar for Listening (parts 1-3) (2009, short), Anna (2009, short), David (2009, short), Helen (2009, short), Lester (2009, short), All Divided Selves (2012, doc), The Poor Stockinger, the Luddite Cropper and the Deluted Followers of Joanna Southcott (2012), Depositions (2014, short), To the Editor of Amateur Photographer (2014, co-dir, doc), Depositions (short), For Christian (2016, short), Country Grammar (2017, short), Electro-Pythagoras (2017, short), ENCEINDRE (2018, short), Mum's Cards (2019, short)