Screening: A Blurred Boundary is still a Boundary curated by Shama Khanna
A Blurred Boundary is still a Boundary
Curated by Shama Khanna
Selected from the LUX/ICA Curatorial Open Call
Friday 25 May, 4pm, ICA Cinema 1 (followed by a Q&A with the curator)
Sunday 27 May, 4.30pm, ICA Cinema 2
A Blurred Boundary is still a Boundary surveys five Artists’ Moving Image works for changes in the aesthetic language of their films and videos since the advent of Web 2.0.
Rachel Reupke, Containing Matters of no very peaceable Colour, 2009, video, 5 min 11 sec
Gil Leung, This is Living, 2011, SD video, 4 min 2 sec
Nino Pezzella, Zum Briefkasten (To the mailbox), 1989-92, 16mm, 17 min
Shama Khanna is a freelance curator and writer based in London. Her recent projects include Brief Habits, the year-long exhibition programme and artists’ film screening series as part of a curatorial residency at E:vent Gallery in London completed in December 2011, and the group exhibition and performance programme Narcissus Trance, which took place at E:vent Gallery and Spike Island in Bristol during 2010-11.
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