An emblematic figure of the British scene, Lis Rhodes directed Light Reading in 1978, an experimental and feminist film noir during which, through voice-over, an investigation into the grammar of gaze and language is developed. .
In the artist's production, the work of writing maintains a poetic relationship with the presence of the text in its material, handwritten or typographical consistency.
The session is presented by María Palacios Cruz, who edited the anthology of writings by Lis Rhodes Telling Invents Told (The Visible Press, 2019).
The TypoFilm project, developed within the framework of the ArTeC University Research School, received state aid managed by the National Research Agency under the Future Investments program bearing the reference ANR -17-EURE-0008