Spike Island

Film Screening Somnis Facere II

Date

Monday 9 March 2015, 6.30pm

Admission

£5, £3 concessions
Free for Spike Associates
Booking advised

Event type

Screenings

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RECHEDULED AND WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY 9 MARCH, 6.30pm

In a special film screening Isabelle Cornaro shows some of her own films alongside a selection of abstract and experimental films which have informed her practice. The screening is introduced by Cornaro and lasts approximately 50 minutes.

Programme:

Isabelle Cornaro, Premier rêve d'Oskar Fischinger (2008), 16mm transferred to digital, col., silent, 3:22 min                          

Anonyme, Technicolor for Industrial Films (1949), 35mm transferred to digital, col., sound, 8:09 min

Jack Smith, Song For Rent (1969), 16mm, col., sound, 6:20 min

Isabelle Cornaro, Celebration (2013), 16mm transferred to digital, col., silent, 5:48 min

Storm de Hirsch, Divinations (1964), 16mm, col., sound, 5:21 min                                              

Isabelle Cornaro, Film-Lampe (2010), 16mm transferred to digital, col., silent, 1:30 min   

Dwinell Grant, Color Sequence (1943), 16mm, col., silent, 2:13 min

Isabelle Cornaro, Projections (2009), 16mm transferred to digital, col., silent, 1:58 min

Francis Lee, 1941 (1941), 16mm transferred to digital, col., sound, 4:00 min

Isabelle Cornaro, De l'argent filmé de profil et de trois quarts (2010), 16mm transferred to digital, col., silent, 1:58 min

Stan Vanderbeek, Snapshots of the City (1960), 16mm transferred to digital, b&w, sound, 3:30 min

Isabelle Cornaro, Figures (2011), 16mm transferred to digital, col., silent, 2:27 min

 

Isabelle Cornaro’s films are courtesy of the artist and galleries Balice Hertling, Hannah Hoffman and Francesca Pia.

With thanks to Light Cone, Paris, LUX London. Special thanks to Jonathan Pouthier from the film department of the Musée National d’Art Moderne who, together with Isabelle Cornaro, first devised the programme, Somnis Facere, for a screening in Cinéma 2, Centre Pompidou, Paris.


Supported by
  • Fluxus
  • Henry Moore Foundation