HISTORY 2 Film Night

History 2 Film Night

An evening of informal talk and experimental short films selected by Shane Bradford, Mike Sperlinger (LUX) and Campbell Works, as part of the wider discussion around the exhibition History Squared

Running Order:

BIBI KATHOLM OLESEN
:  TRACING THE LIGHT THAT SPRINGS FROM YOUR YELLOW FUR, UK, 2007, Video

BIBI KATHOLM OLESEN:  REMAINS OF THE MONSTER MASH, UK, 2007, Video

STEVE PARTRIDGE: MONITOR 1 UK, 1975, 6 mins, video
'Monitor is another important early work by Partridge which demonstrates his interest in
structuralism.

RAPHAEL MONTANEZ ORTIZ: WHAT IS THIS, USA, 9 mins, video:
These exraodinary Ortiz films reveal the very structure of film making, examining the process of the 'splice' to unveil the inner mechanics of the medium, allowing 'editing' to become a living thing.

RAPHAEL MONTANEZ ORTIZ: BACK BACK BACK, USA, 7 mins, video

WOODY VASULKA: REMINISCENCE, USA, 1974, 5 mins, video
Reminiscence is an otherworldly record of a portapak walk through a farmhouse in Moravia, the site of Woody Vasulka's youth, as seen through the transformantive effects of the Rutt/Etra Scan Processor. Images become eerily sculptural, fading in and out of abstraction, as if in evocation of memory.

ANNE McGUIRE: THE WALTONS, USA, 1996, 7 mins, video
This re-examination of John-boy's near death experience at the sawmill is deft and cunning.
A homespun midnight deconstruction of an entire era of television mannerisms.

SHANE BRADFORD: PROJECTOR PROJECT PART 2: Sinking in the footsteps of giants. Artist Shane Bradford attempts to dub sound onto a Super 8 film of Ian Davenport playing the drums.
  
NEMANJA CVIJNOVIC:   20sec

Date: 
17 Nov 2007 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Venue: 
Campbell Works, Belfast Road, London N16