Our May 2013 launch events are coming up!
- SYMPOSIUM: Saturday 18 May 2013
Symposium on nature, animals, and the moving image: Queen Mary, University of London (10am-4.30pm), Arts One, Lecture Theatre. Keynotes & speakers: W. J. T. Mitchell, Claire Colebrook, Rose Lowder, Jody Berland, Silke Panse.
Admission: free; booking essential. To book, please visit our EVENTBRITE page.
SCREENING NATURE SYMPOSIUM
10.00am Introduction (Anat Pick and Silke Panse)
10.15am Keynote: W. J. T. Mitchell, ‘Art X Environment’
11.15am Coffee and tea break
11.30am Jody Berland, ‘A Visitor’s Guide to the Virtual Ménagerie’
12.10pm Rose Lowder, ‘Interpreting Nature at the Present Time Within an Ecological Context’
12.50pm Lunch break
2.00pm Keynote: Claire Colebrook, ‘Sex and the (Anthropocene) City’
3.00pm Coffee and tea break
3.15pm Silke Panse, ‘Planes in the Plane of Immanence or: Who or What Moves the Leaves?’
3.45pm Roundtable Q&A
4.15pm Travel to Whitechapel Gallery for the 5:30pm screening programme
- SCREENINGS: Saturday-Sunday 18-19 May 2013. Go to full screening schedule
A mini-festival on cinemas of flora and fauna, at the Whitechapel Gallery (Sat 18 May 5:30-8pm; Sun 19 May 11am-7pm). Films by the Lumière brothers, Joris Ivens, Percy Smith, Stan Brakhage, Kenneth Anger, Joyce Wield, Mike Marshall, Vladimir Tyulkin, Susanne Bürner, Rose Lowder, Helga Fanderl, Peter Kubelka, Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi, Ed Chell, Mike Blow, Silke Panse, Erin Espelie, Johanna Hällsten, David Chapman and David Cottridge, Chen Sheinberg, Ian Wiblin and Anthea Kennedy, Lucy Powell, Sergei Dvortsevoy, Zalcock and Sara Chambers, and a selection of rarely seen early films.
Anthea Kennedy and Ian Wiblin, Elegy, 2001
Admission: Sat 18 May, £8/ £6 concs.; Sun 19 May £11/ £8 concs. (morning or afternoon programme), £20/ £15 concs. (full day).
Online booking available on the Whitechapel Gallery website. Booking essential.*
* Booking for the symposium and screenings is separate, and on a first come first served basis. Book soon!
Curated by Anat Pick and Silke Panse.
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