Screening

Screening: Dystopian futures / Lawrence Lek & Shezad Dawood

2 May 2019

Regular hours

Thursday
10:00 – 18:00

The Bomb Factory Art Foundation

London
England, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Buses from central London: 4, 17, 43, 134
  • Archway (Northern Line) / Holloway Rd (Overground)

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Join us for the first in a series of screenings between Film and Video Umbrella and The Bomb Factory Art Foundation exploring how moving-image as a medium can offer new and collective ways of thinking about the times in which we live

About

Programme 1: Dystopian Futures

This event brings together parallel universes, new forms of artificial intelligence and subconscious memories to create a provocative stimulation for both the eye and mind.

Films showing:

Geomancer – Lawrence Lek
46 mins
Heralded by the futuristic computer-generated cityscapes that have become a signature feature of his work, Lawrence Lek’s mini-opus Geomancer is less inclined to map the building blocks of the urban architecture of tomorrow than to try and summon up the spirit of our rapidly dawning age - one whose characteristics, Lek implies, include the growing ascendancy of the cultural phenomenon of Sino-Futurism.
https://buff.ly/2IFd50m

Towards the Possible Film – Shezad Dawood
21 mins
Shezad Dawood’s Towards the Possible Film is a study in parallel universes – and the sparks that fly when worlds collide. As much of a projection into a far-off future as a flashback to a long-forgotten past, Dawood’s vivid 20-minute tableau combines the resonance of a mythic fable with the hallucinatory haziness of a waking dream.
https://buff.ly/2URTmRS

Film and Video Umbrella commissions, curates, produces and presents artists’ moving-image works that are staged in collaboration with galleries and other cultural partners. Since the late 1980s, FVU has been at the forefront of this vibrant and expanding area of practice, promoting innovation through its support of some of the most exciting figures on the contemporary scene. During this time, the organization has commissioned and produced nearly 200 different artists’ projects, ranging from ambitious multi-screen installations to shorter film and video pieces, as well as numerous online commissions. fvu.co.uk

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Exhibiting artists

Lawrence Lek

Shezad Dawood

Taking part

Film and Video Umbrella

Film and Video Umbrella

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