Glow in the Dark

14 February 2015 6pm

Film Programme curated by Filipa Ramos and Maria Palacios Cruz considering encounter and memory in relation to Winter Garden.

Photo: Nick Collins,  Dark Garden  (Glow in the Dark 0)

Photo: Nick Collins, Dark Garden

PART I  (6pm) 
Jasper Rigole, Temps Mort, 2010, 8mm film transferred to video, 20:00 min 

Basim Magdy, Time Laughs Back at You Like a Sunken Ship, 2012, 8mm film transferred to HD video, 09:31 min.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, My Mother’s Garden, 2007, video, colour, sound, 06:44 min.
Stan Brakhage, The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1981, 16mm, colour, silent, 02:30 min.
Margaret Tait, Aerial,1974, 16mm, colour, sound, 04:00 min 
Peter Todd, We Saw, 2009, 16mm, colour, silent, 04:00 min. 
PART II (8pm)

Rebecca Meyers, Glow in the Dark, 2002, 16mm, colour, sound, 06:00 min. 

Nick Collins, Dark Garden, 2011, 16 mm, b/w, silent, 08:30 min.

Jayne Parker, Stationary Music, 2005, Digibeta tape, DVD, SD Digital file, b/w, sound, 15:00 min. 

Robert Beavers, Listening to the Space in my Room, 2013, 16mm, colour, sound, 19:00 min.

In the presence of filmmakers Peter Todd, Nick Collins, and Jayne Parker.

This two-part screening programme explores the notion of the garden as a space of intimacy, discovery, encounter and memory, featuring films and videos by artists from different generations and geographies. Taking us from the exoticism of lush tropical gardens to the silence of the winter months, passing across various seasons and contexts, Glow in the Dark takes place in mid-winter, amongst long nights and frozen nature. Curated by Filipa Ramos and Maria Palacios Cruz, with films by Robert Beavers, Stan Brakhage, Nick Collins, Basim Magdy, Rebecca Meyers, Jayne Parker, Jasper Rigole, Margaret Tait, Peter Todd and Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

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