Serpentine Cinema: On Earth, Structure and Sadness

Peckhamplex Cinema, SE15 4ST

1 Nov 2018 - 8:30 PM

Serpentine Cinema: On Earth, Structure and Sadness

Tickets £4.99 via Peckhamplex Cinema

As part of the General Ecology project, and on the occasion of Pierre Huyghe’s exhibition, Serpentine Cinema presents a programme of artists’ films addressing machines, infrastructure and its impact on the biosphere and landscapes. The evening will include films by Sophia Al-Maria, Revital Cohen & Tuur Van BalenAlexander George and James CapperPierre Huyghe, Amar KanwarNew Mineral Collective (Emilija Škarnulytė and Tanya Busse), and Beatriz Santiago Muñoz.

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The evening will include the following film works:

Sophia Al-MariaThe Future Was Desert, Part One, 2016, 5'17''
Sophia Al-MariaThe Future Was Desert, Part Two, 2016, 4'35''
Revital Cohen & Tuur Van BalenTrapped in the Dream of the Other, 2017
Alexander George and James CapperBlue Frame, 2018
Pierre HuygheA Journey that Wasn't, 2005, 21'41''
Amar Kanwar, A Love Story, 2010, 5'
New Mineral Collective (Emilija Škarnulytė and Tanya Busse), Hollow Earth, 2013, 22'30''
Beatriz Santiago MuñozPost-Military Cinema, 2014, 11'

On Earth, Structure and Sadness was programmed in collaboration with Filipa Ramos, co-curator, The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish and advisor on the Serpentine's General Ecology project, as well as the advice of artist Matthew Burdis.

The Serpentine Cinema Autumn/Winter season is supported by Hannah Barry Gallery and Edward Campbell (Forth Arts, Australia)


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Sophia Al-Maria, The Future Was Desert, video still

Sophia Al-Maria

The Future Was Desert, Part One, 2016

5'17'', still

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Post-Military Cinema, video still

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz

Post-Military Cinema, 2014

11', HD video (still)

Hollow Earth still 1

New Mineral Collective (Emilija Škarnulytė and Tanya Busse)

Hollow Earth, 2013
HD video, 22´30''

Courtesy of the artists