Director, videoclub. Jamie Wyld established videoclub in 2005 with Ben Rivers and Laura Noble, since then videoclub has shown work by over 400 artists, with screenings taking place internationally, alongside partners such as Whitechapel Gallery (London), Videotage (Hong Kong), Echo Park Film Center (LA) and Chronus Art Center (Shanghai). Artists have included Laure Prouvost, Naheed Raza, Uriel Orlow, Hetain Patel and Semiconductor.
He is also a director of creative collective The Nimbus Group, which works with digital media to create experiences. The Nimbus Project (2014) was produced in collaboration with Chris Watson, to take listeners to impossible places to augment daily life. Their most recent Project, Giddy (2016), enables audiences to hear teenaged memories of life in Brighton during the 1940s, 50s and 60s. For six years he was programme curator for arts and technology agency, Lighthouse, working with artists such as Kutlug Ataman, Mariele Neudecker, David Blandy and James Bridle.
May 30th, 2016