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David Garbin will be screening 'This is how we see you', a film made in collaboration with young Congolese activists and interrogating colonial representations, visuality and materiality, based on a field trip to the RMCA museum in Brussels as part of the project 'Memory Matters'.
Dawn Lyon will present extracts from two films intended both as a both as a medium of inquiry and a mode of creative representation. The first is based on a montage of sound and time-lapse photography from Billingsgate fish market. The second is an immersive ethnography of a Sardinian fish market.
Mike Poltorak will show clips from his latest ethnographic documentary Five Ways In, which uses video to create a person and process oriented visual statement of contemporary contact improvisation, a touch and improvisation based dance or movement practice.
David Redmon will show the development of GIRL MODEL with deleted clips, followed by the first 8 minutes of the movie.
Chair: Tim Strangleman
No need to book
LocationGrimond Lecture Theatre 2