Graham Clayton-Chance

b. 1972

Lives and works United Kingdom.

Graham Clayton-Chance is an artist filmmaker. His work examines the portrayal of biography, memory and portraiture in film and live performance interweaving techniques from documentary and fiction. Often working in collaboration with with performance texts. Since 2012 he has been constructing the archive for UK choreographer and dancer Nigel Charnock, drawing on his relationship with the artist to explore mutable boundaries between collector and archive, grief, artefact and memory.

You. London BFI Flare, 2018. Dance Films Association, New York, Lincoln Centre, 2017; San Francisco Dance Film Festival, 2017; LIFF Screendance 2016; Aesthetica Film Festival 2015.  Municipal44. Interval at Futuresonic, Manchester, 2006. Vibe Festival (Video in the Built Environment) Chicago, 2005; The Bigger Picture / Cornerhouse, Manchester, 2005; Cities in Film: Architecture, urban space and the moving image. Liverpool University, 2004. Airbath. Liverpool Biennial 2004. Alternator Gallery, Canada, 2005. Out Video, Russia, 2005. Shadowcasters. The Kitchen, New York. 2004.  I’d Like it on the other Side. Invisible Cite/City of Invisible, Montreal, 2002; Cite International Video et Art Electronique, Montreal, 2005. Corpa Culture. National Review of Live Art, 2001. Still Running, Manchester Festival 1999; Arnolfini Live, Bristol. 2000.