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PAMI hits Peckham’s art scene this Thursday

Posted at 5:30 pm, September 18, 2013 in Arts & Entertainment
INHERENT VICE exhibition at Bold Tendencies: Melodie Mousset, 'Impulsive Control I', 2012. © the artist. Courtesy the artist and Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects.

No, Peckham is not ‘the new Dalston’. What it is is a fertile breeding ground for arts of all types, and a home to independent festivals such as Peckham Artist Moving Image. Better known as PAMI, the festival is a celebration of the home-grown artistic talent that’s rife in this particular corner of south London. Long-standing neighbourhood venues PeckhamPlex (still the cheapest cinema in London, as far as we’re aware) and Choumert Road Market join newer creations such as Bold Tendencies in Peckham multi-storey car park to show off the best innovative moving image arts emerging at the moment.

Nicole Morris installation at Bold Tendencies (plus the film trailer if pos): Nicole Morris, Congregation, 2013. © the artist.

Highlights include the ‘INHERENT VICE’ event, which accompanies the Bold Tendencies exhibition of the same name (8pm, September 21, book tickets here), ‘screening experiments’ on a milk cart and other vehicles in ‘A-Float’ (7.30pm, September 19) and ‘Asparagus at the Quackadero’, a talk on radical female animators of the ’70s at the South London Gallery (5pm, September 22). Be inspired, entertained, or confused – just don’t mention the D-word.

PAMI takes place in various locations around Peckham from September 19-22. Find the full list of events at pami.org.uk

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