For one weekend only Daniel & Clara's Landscape Imaginary comes to London with an exhibition at Lot Projects, Broadway Market Mews in Hackney.
An exhibition of moving image, polaroids and mail art exploring the relationship between psychology and place, looking at how we imbue places with meaning, and how in turn landscape, weather and the environment impact our imagination and state of mind.
Friday, October 7, 2022 - 18:00 to Sunday, October 9, 2022 - 17:00
As an actor, Pierre Clémenti became a post-new Wave icon through Luis Buñuel's Belle de jour (1967). Clémenti's role as a jealous gangster obsessed with the protagonist (Catherine Deneuve) was fascinating because of its fusion of angelic beauty with bottomless, headstrong energy, the trademark of his exceptional talent. His often uncommercial but ambitious choice of roles brought him together with many master directors from around the world: Luchino Visconti, Bernardo Bertolucci, Philippe Garrel, Liliana Cavani, Jacques Rivette, and more.
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 (All day) to Friday, September 30, 2022 (All day)
Analog film screening of 11 poetic 16mm short films by Patrick Müller with optical sound + world premiere of the new Saint-Exupéry adaptation "L'hiver de l'éternité" ("The Winter of Eternity") with live music. The language of the event is German.
Music: Ensemble C and Uwe Rottluff (WellenVorm) Film scholar Stefan Jung introduces the two Lovecraft films. Joint event of the Friends of the Freunde der Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz e.V. and the Musikverein Chemnitz e.V.
Video as art opens portals to other realities and to the experiences of others. The 8th nodoCCS Video Festival returns to its on-site proposal in the city of Caracas, reaffirming its intention to "sustain and inhabit spaces" to generate encounters in a fragmented world. The experience of the past years inspired us to go beyond the exhibition space and expand the physical locations of our projections, to generate global dynamics, new ways of collaborating and above all to articulate our work to this new reality. This year's program will feature new dynamics of selection a