The Moving Image Project is a project by Charlie Levine that takes a selection of artworks across the world for screenings. Screenings may happen within the traditional gallery space or may go wherever Levine is, being screened via a projector attachment for her phone:
Glimpses of life caught through windows as you speed past in car, trains or planes: the transient state of time as we move around the world crossing time zones and countries: the daydream of staring, watching and waiting.
The Moving Image Project is a series of short films selected by UK curator Charlie Levine. The project began development and touring in early 2014 when Levine herself toured to the other side of the world. Levine originally commissioned/approached various artists to produce silent short films, or films that did not reply on sound, that touched up this idea of movement and travel, of glimpses, the mundane and the world.
Since early 2014 Neon Plastic by myself and Joe Newlin has been screened alongside other artists in Tokyo, Japan, Baroda, India and Christchurch, New Zealand. For details of other screenings keep watch of the Tour page.