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Tracing the line

Tracing the line

Lawrence Weiner, Blue Moon Over, 2001. Courtesy EAI, New York

Tracing the Line

7 July & 18 Aug 2010, 7pm, £5/3 conc

Overview

Experimental film and video works exploring the relationship between film and drawing practice are brought together in a screening complementing the current 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. 

Includes works by George Barber, Sebastian Buerkner, Oskar Fischinger, David Haxton, Takahiko Iimura, Joan Jonas, Len Lye, Stan Vanderbeek and Lawrence Weiner.

Booking recommended. Please contact the gallery on 020 7703 6120.

George Barber, Automotive Action Painting, 2007, video, 6'
Sebastian Buerkner, Peak Project, 2005, video, 6'
Oskar Fischinger, Koloraturen, 1932, 16mm, 2'
Oskar Fischinger, Alegretto, 1936, 16mm, 3'
Amy Granat, Ghostrider, 2006, 16mm transferred on DVD, 3'
David Haxton, Drawing Cubes, 1982, 16mm, 10'
Takaiko IImura, Kiri, 1970, 16mm, 5'
Joan Jonas, Brooklyn Bridge, 1988, video, 6'             
Len Lye, Colour Cry, 1952, 16mm, 3'52"
Stan Vanderbeek, Mankinda, 1957, 16mm, 10' 
Laurence Weiner, Blue Moon Over, 2001, video, 5'

This screening is supported by LUX and Lightcone, Paris.


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