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Automotive Action Painting (George Barber, 2007)Tracing The Line
Wednesday 18 August 2010, 19h, £5
South London Gallery
65 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UH

Experimental film and video works exploring the relationship between film and drawing practice are brought together in a screening complementing the current South London Gallery exhibition “Nothing is Forever”. Ranging from early animation through to contemporary video made with computer manipulation, the featured works embrace a broad spectrum of techniques including drawing directly on celluloid and the use of chance as a creative process.

- Drawing Cubes (David Haxton, 1982, 16mm, 10 min)
- Colour Cry (Len Lye, 1952, 16mm, 4 min)
- Brooklyn Bridge (Joan Jonas, 1988, video, 6 min)
- Ghostrider (Amy Granat, 2006, 16mm on DVD, 3 min)
- Koloraturen (Oskar Fischinger, 1932, 16mm, 2 min)
- Allegretto (Oskar Fischinger, 1936, 16mm, 3 min)
- Automotive Action Painting (George Barber, 2007, video, 6 min)
- Kiri (Takahiko Iimura, 1970, 16mm, 5 min)
- Blue Moon Over (Laurence Weiner, 2001, video, 5 min)
- Mankinda (Stan Vanderbeek, 1957, 16mm, 10 min)
- Peak Project (Sebastian Buerkner, 2005, video, 6 min)

Tracing The Line is curated by Anne-Sophie Dinant, Associate Curator, South London Gallery. The screening is supported by LUX, London, and Lightcone, Paris.



Wednesday, August 18, 2010 - 19:00
  • 65 Peckham Road , SE5 8UH , London , UK