Thursday 23rd May:
Thursday Film Room with Becky curating. 5pm Sleep Furiously -‐ Directed by Gideon Koppel (2008)
Three weeks of activity litters the space.
work is left to be done.
Friday 17th May:
The space remains open, Thursday Film Room becomes Friday (self curated) Film Room.
Work is done.
Saturday 18th May:
Phase 4 (final phase) of Nicole Bachmann’s sound piece is installed.
DGGNGNTHRTH activity continues (soup, prints, interrogation of objects) with various readings and performances occurring throughout the day including AAS, Aid & Abet, Caitlin Doherty, Dolly Dollycore, Verity Spott and a cast of dozens.
3PM Discussion Group Question is currently under research.
Then, AAS opening the closing event with the performance of:
The Infinite Drone Accumulator
at around 7:00pm.
Aid & Abet
Footprint Workers Co-Op
David Wayne Kasper
The Sitting Room University
Matthew J Spokes
Thursday Film Room
Curated by Becky and Gareth this is a quasi-curated semi-self-service moving image space.
Dialogue and action is built into the programme which is manually played from various media or on-line sites by one of the curators on Thursdays and by the viewer themselves or anyone else who happens to be in the space on Fridays and Saturdays. The programme and delivery is therefore subject to change with both dialogue and deviation being a natural process. The line-up on Friday might be significantly different from that of Thursday, or it might be exactly the same.
Becky and Gareth say this…
“For Landmark Seizures we have collated a three day film screening. Every Thursday the film room will have a “Feature” presentation, played at 5pm, accompanied by a selection of related films throughout the day. “The Enigma of Kasper Hauser”, “Haxan”, and “Sleep Furiously” are incredible, engaging, communicative works of art. As examples of a director using a film to “tell us something” they are first-class.
“Haxan” by Benjamin Christensen is probably one of the craziest films you will ever see. Shot in 1922 it is one of the first horror films. In its essence Haxan is a documentary about Swedish witchcraft and the subjugation of women by the church. Stop-motion, demonic animal costumes, lusty nuns and pervert priests all combine under Christensens` incredible cinematography to make a documentary unlike any other you will ever see. Christensen uses the craft of film making to fantastically transform the truth into a work of art. Literally one of the best films in the world.
“Sleep Furiously” by Gideon Koppel follows a year in the life of Trefeurig, a small farming community in Ceredigion. The film is an incredibly touching observation of village life. Possibly one of the least obtrusive, and yet intimate documentaries ever made.”
PROGRAMME (ALL FREE, SUBJECT TO CHANGE, WHETHER BY WHIM OR DISAGREEMENT)
9th May 2013 – Lifetimes
Andre Rubliev – Directed by Andre Tarkovsky
Possum Trot – The life and work of Calvin Black – Directed by Allie Light,
Irving Saraf Sometimes I Run: Stanley Maupin,
Sidewalk Flusher – Directed by Blaine Dunlap
The London Perambulator Directed by John Rogers
Hannah Arendt “Zur Person” (full interview)