Film program - curated by Georgia Korossi with the kind support of the BFI
Three weekly film programs Wednesday 16th, 23rd, and 30th June 2010
This selection of films is an adventure towards the understanding of human/machine exploitation in society. Happiness is dependant on exploration, venture and exertion. But is destruction propitious to innovation or simply a repetitive devastation that immortalises entity?
Kicking off with five films, the first screening programme explores human desires and danger, the complexity of love and the broad social roles. By extension, it denotes social responsibility in the world and cultural identity.
The focus converges upon the exploration of female experience in the second screening of a single title by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen while in the third and final screening programme a series of archive films and contemporary video practice echoes industry, the subconscious and paradise lost.
Wednesday 23rd June 2010
6pm Gallery Open
6.30pm SCREENING 2 Trial (total duration 96')
Including LONG LIVE THE KING Mary Zygouri (2010) 3'50