Narcisa Hirsch is one of the foremost figures in the history of Latin American and international experimental film. Born in Germany in 1928, and living in Argentina since her childhood, her name has lurked in the shadows unduly, owing to a twofold “eccentricity”: being a woman and making films that lie outside central spaces constructing the history of this filmic modality: the United States and Europe.
Friday, December 11, 2020 (All day) to Sunday, December 13, 2020 (All day)
This series shows the films of Marcel Broodthaers as a sum of contradictions from which to understand his work as a whole, and develops the reasons for the medium’s privileged place, its investigation and filmic imaginary in contemporary art after 1970. The series, concludes the retrospective on the artist, takes place in the screening theatre and comprises an extensive program that shows in a single session different approaches to cinema as text, poetry, object and theater space.