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Home Movies
Domestic space in artists' film & video




Semiotics of the Kitchen, Martha Rosler

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
26 November 2008 | 6.30pm
This event is free and on a first come, first served basis.


Curated by no.w.here for the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds. http://www.henry-moore-fdn.co.uk

Both immediately available and intimately familiar, the home is an enduring subject for many moving image artists. This one-off film programme curated by no.w.here will present a selection of contemporary and historical film and video works that explore and re-consider everyday domestic spaces and the people and objects that inhabit them. Including work by Peter Gidal, Nicky Hamlyn, Andrew Lampert, Martha Rosler, Michael Snow, Gordon Matta-Clark, Bruce Lacey, Jill Bruce, John Smith and Guy Sherwin the screening will consider ideas such as the screen as an extended room, domestic roles and stereotypes, intimacy and voyeurism, the 'home movie' as art form, and the house as a malleable sculptural form.

Quartet, Nicky Hamlyn

Semiotics of the Kitchen
Martha Rosler, USA, 1975, 6min
Splitting
Gordon Matta-Clark, USA,1974, 10min
Untitled (Kitchen)
Andrew Lampert, USA, 2006, 4min
How to Have a Bath
Bruce Lacey & Jill Bruce, UK, 1971, 7min
Quartet
Nicky Hamlyn, UK, 2007, 8min
Standard Time
Michael Snow, USA, 1967, 8min
Leading Light
John Smith, UK, 1975, 11min
Hall
Peter Gidal, 1968/9, UK, 10min
Portrait With Parents
Guy Sherwin, 1975, UK, 3min


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