18. Jan - 18. Jan 14 / ended The Invisible Line


Starts at 7 pm

Screening | Film / Video | London

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The Invisible Line Gallery is proud to host Time is Love.7, a night of films and performance curated by Kisito Assangni.

Time is Love is a video project gathering several artists and filmmakers, and has traveled to major cities in the world from New York to Tehran, Paris, and now London. Preoccupied with love, the project represents love stripped from its traditional cliches and timeless idealism. “Each of the artists leads an interdisciplinary practice bringing a questioning and a criticism on a system of relation to others which appears to us as being dying,” Assangni explains.

Taking these ambivalent feelings as a starting point, the artists develop their own language according to their sensibility and history. The selected videos deal with prevented communications, disturbed feelings, globalisation, memory and spirituality. As a result, each video inspires the viewer to question the normative undertandings of relationships in the occidental world.

Featuring: Alexis Milne & Tom Bresolin (UK), Amina Zoubir (Algeria), Anahita Razmi (Iran), Ana Moravi & Dellani Lima (Brazil), Anders Weberg (Sweden), Anne Lise Stenseth (Norway), Antonello Matarazzo (Italy), Arnaud Brihay (France), Belle Shafir (Israel), Carlo Giuseppe Zuozo (Italy), Eva Olsson (Sweden), Francesca Leoni (Italy), Gianlucca Capozzi (Italy), Evelin Stermitz (Austria), Guli Silberstein (Israel), Grace Kim (Korea), John Pirard (Belgium), Jose-Man Lius (France), Justyna Scheuring (Poland), Laura Focarazzo (Argentina), Marcello Mercado (Germany), Maria Korporal (Netherlands), Marie-Paule Bilger & Pierre Friquet (France), Marina Fomenko (Russia), Margarida Paiva (Portugal), Matthias Mollner (Austria), Maximilian Schmoetzer & Fabian Heitzhausen (Germany), Max Hattler (Germany), Mihai Grecu (Romania), Monica Elkelv (UK), Nao Sakamoto (Japan), Nina Lassila (Finland), Otto Berchem (USA), Rahman Hak-Hagir (Afghanistan), Rehema Chachage (Tanzania), Robert Croma (UK), Riham Isaac (Palestine), Said Afifi (Morocco), Said Rais (Morocco), Sandra Bouguerch (UK), Saul Levine (USA), Sheri Wills (USA), S/N Coalition (USA), Sylvia Toy St-Louis (USA), Tina Hochkogler (Austria), Veronique Mouysset (France), William Esdale (UK).

Invisible Films is TIL Gallery’s reoccuring film night, during which a selection of short films, docs, amimation and music videos are curated and screened following with a Q&A session with the directors.

Guest Curator Kisito Assangni is a Togolese-French curator, and the producer of Time is Love. Based between London, Paris and Lomé (Togo), his practise primarily focuses on psycho-geography and post-globalisation impact on contemporary African cultures. His projects have been shown internationally, including at the Whitechapel Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts (both in London), Arnot Art Museum of New York, Museum of Contemporary Art of Sydney, National Centre for Contemporary Arts in Moscow and National Museum of Contemporary Art of Seoul. Kisito has also participated to several international events and has been member of jury for the Letters From The Sky award in Cape Town (South Africa), as well as the 28th Prix Videoformes in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
He is also the founder and curator of [SFIP] project – Still Fighting Ignorance and Intellectual Perfidy, a platform for critical thinking, researching and presenting video art from Africa.

Performance by Alexis Milne (UK) | Flavio Sciole (Italy) | Gemma Marmalade (UK) | Jabulani Maseko (South Africa) | Justyna Scheuring (Poland) | Luke Jordan (UK) | Dj David Cecil (UK).

Films: The Invisible Line Gallery, 7:00 pm
87 Dalston Lane, E8 2NG
Performance: The Passage, 9:00 pm
27A Dalston Lane, E8 2NG

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