Exhibition at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre in Wales.

My film “MAMO” is part of the box season 17 at the Award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre in Wales’ that is the largest arts centre and recognised as a ‘national flagship for the arts’. It has a wide-ranging artistic programme, both producing and presenting, across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts, applied arts, film, new media, and community arts and is recognised as a national centre for arts development.



MAMO/Mother by Anders Weberg from Anders Weberg on Vimeo.

the box

Season 17: 15 Sept – 16 February

Anders Weberg: MAMO/MOTHER

This poignant film, made on a visit to Birkenau (Auschwitz II) in Poland in 2008, sharply evokes the senses and memories of motherhood. Filmed with a mobile phone, the work also shows the potential of our everyday gadgets.


Tim Shore: Cabinet

This work is a meditation on Ted Kaczynski’s ( the Unabomber) hut and the manifesto he wrote there. “a disturbing message through the spaces of the American landscape.”(Lucy Reynolds) Film London and Arts Council England London


Ginnetta Correli, Alastair Cook:


A ‘film-poem’ first shown at the Dimensions Film Event San Francisco 2011. ‘As in dream, the images in Ground are vivid, strong, and reveal something important but elusive.’ Brenda Clews Music: Pierrepoint’s Epitah by Dirk  Drieson


Jaume Plensa at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

A film about Jaume Plensa, the acclaimed Catalan Spanish artist and sculptor; filmed during preparations for his exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. A fascinating insight into both theartist and the exhibition process. With grateful thanks to Yorkshire Sculpture Park.


David Nash at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, December 2013

Internationally renowned artist David Nash (OBE, RA) from Blaenau Ffestiniog talks about his long standing relationship with Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the works he has made for them. With grateful thanks to Yorkshire


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Anders Weberg