A Weekend of Anger: The Films of Kenneth Anger

27 Jul 2013 – 28 Jul 2013

Regular hours

12:00 – 23:00
12:00 – 23:00

Cost of entry

Attend both screenings for the reduced price of £18 / £15 Concessions / £12 ICA Members

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ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts)

London, United Kingdom


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  • Piccadilly Circus/Charing Cross
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We are pleased to welcome seminal Los Angeles-based filmmaker Kenneth Anger to introduce and discuss his work, alongside a rare opportunity to view a comprehensive survey of his practice spanning nearly six decades, from 1940s to the present.

Kenneth Anger will introduce both screenings, the first on Saturday 27 July including works made between 1947 and 1981, the second on Sunday 28 July featuring films made between 1995 and 2013.

Following the Sunday screening, Anger will participate in a Q&A lead by ICA Associate Curator of Artists' Moving Image, Steven Cairns, as well as answering questions raised by the audience.

Saturday 27 July
A screening of work (1947-1981) introduced by filmmaker Kenneth Anger.

Fireworks, 1947, 15 min
Puce Moment, 1949/1970, 6 min
Rabbit's Moon, 1950/71/79, 7 min
Eaux d'Artifice, 1953, 13 min
Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome, 1954, 38 min
Scorpio Rising, 1963, 29 min
Kustom Car Kommandos, 1965, 3 min
Invocation of My Demon Brother, 1969, 11 min
Lucifer Rising, 1970-81, 30 min
Total duration 3 hours (including 15 minute interval)

Sunday 28 July

A screening of recent work (1995-present) introduced by Kenneth Anger and followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker.

The Man We Want to Hang, 1995-2002, 14 min
Mouse Heaven, 2004, 11 min
Elliot's Suicide, 2004, 15 min
I'll Be Watching You, 2007, 5 min
My Surfing Lucifer, 2007, 4 min
Death, 2008, 1 min
Ich Will!, 2008, 35 min
Foreplay, 2008, 7 min
Uniform Attraction, 2008, 21 min
Brush of Baphomet, 2009, 7 min
Missoni, 2009, 3 min
Airship, 2012, 5 min
Total duration 3 hours (including 15 minute interval)

Please note that both screenings contain adult content

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