Sunday, 21 February 2016

Thursday 25 February / 7pm / Free

MK Gallery 
900 Midsummer Blvd 
Milton Keynes 
MK9 3QA 

Videostrolls is an archive and series of public screenings, curated by Andy Howlett, Callum Alden and Owen Davey; three filmmakers from Birmingham, Edinburgh and London respectively, who enjoy walking, talking and making walking-talking-films. 

Anti-tourism, psycho-geography, urban wandering, deep topography, flaneur’iness; these are all sorts of important sounding ways to say: journeying for the sake of it.

The films they present, online and at screenings, express these strolls in video; one medium of many which we have chosen simply to simplify. Crucially, it is the journey that comes first, both literally and figuratively. These films, therefore, are about the little discoveries; the unknowable outcome of the journey taking the place of a script., shot-list or, very often, budget. This makes these ‘videostrolls’ inherently more fun to make – and often more fun to watch – than conventionally scripted films. And it’s this simplicity, this doability that we fell make videostrolls an ideal bridge between amateur and professionals, viewers and filmmakers, artists and the great unwashed. 

Monday, 17 August 2015

Walworth Road photography book

Take a look for free, or buy it for your very own.
Photographs taken on the Walworth Road on my bus journey to and from work.
Introduction by Poet Sam Smith
Walworth Road
Walworth Road
By Liberty Rowley
Photo book
Book Preview   Ta

Friday, 1 May 2015


I travel up and down the Walworth Road every day on my way to and from work, I thought I'd try and make it more interesting for myself by having to take a photograph every time I was on the road.
Follow the project on Instagram @iamlibertyrowley #WalworthRoad

Saturday, 22 February 2014