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The Right to Play Oneself
Summer School Public Programme 2014




Preview image: Carrey Gorney. Left: Ron Orders

NEXT EVENT: Weds 23rd July 2014, 7pm
no.w.here, Third floor, 316-318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG
no.w.here Summer School: The Right to Play Oneself
Public Programme Week Two
No bookings - first come first served.
Doors open 6.45pm.


The no.w.here summer school public programme is a chance to open up and interrogate themes and ideas shared and explored during the summer school in the public space of exhibition and discussion.

All public programme events will take place on Wednesday evenings from 7pm at no.w.here.

Unless advertised otherwise, public programme events are priced as follows:

Free for Associate Members / £3 Members, Students & Unwaged / £5 non-members

Download a pdf for the public programme events series

PUBLIC PROGRAMME WEEK 1
COMMUNITY VIDEO THEN AND NOW: 1968–THE FUTURE
Wednesday June 25th

Filmmakers Carry Gorney (Interaction, Channel 40), Ron Orders (Liberation Films) and Ron Peck (Four Corners Films) will come together for a screening event and discussion around their community engaged-practices. All three will share their experiences of working on film and video projects within communities, from the 1970s to the present day.


PUBLIC PROGRAMME WEEK 2
SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM, DIR. WILLIAM GREAVES, 1968 FOLLOWED BY DISCUSSION WITH CALLY SPOONER
Wednesday July 2nd

A screening and discussion of William Greaves’ experiment in expanded Cinema Verité Symbiopsychotaxiplasm. In this film-within-a-film director Greaves dared to challenge and draw attention to the accepted rules of cinema. The director pursues his own agenda and draws out the growing conf lict and chaos accompanied by moments of humor that happen off camera. The result is a film with multiple levels of reality that reveals, and comments upon, the creative process.


PUBLIC PROGRAMME WEEK 3:
PROGRAMMING AS DISTRIBUTION WITH CINENOVA
Wednesday July 9th


A screening of work from the Cinenova Collection programmed in collaboration with summer school participants, followed by a discussion of the idea of film programming as a form of distribution with members of the Cinenova working group.


PUBLIC PROGRAMME WEEK 4:
SCREENINGS, DEBATES AND PROVOCATIONS ON FILM AND LABOUR
Wednesday July 16th

Screenings, debates and provocations on film and labour inspired by Patricia Galvao’s novel Industrial Park presented by Lucy Pawlak and Massimiliano Mollona.


PUBLIC PROGRAMME WEEK 5:
‘RICERCHE: THREE’ (2013) BY SHARON HAYES
Wednesday July 23rd

Ricerche: Three (2013) by Sharon Hayes presented with clips from Comizi d’Amore (1963) by Pier Paolo Pasolini, introduced by Isla Leaver-Yap. Hayes uses Pasolini’s film, Comizi d’Amore (Love Meetings) as the guidepost for a contemporary inquiry into the “sexual problem” in the United States in 2013. While the political climate in post-war Italy in 1963 was deeply distinct from that of the United States in 2013, both were sites in which a persistent political condition in which so-called value-based policy and ideology act out symptomatically to cover up underlying economic and political vulnerabilities. Using the container of an all-women’s college (with only 47 such institutions remaining in the US), Ricerche: Three attempts to address the contradiction that such gender-segregated institutions are “behind” and “ahead” of the rest of society.


PUBLIC PROGRAMME WEEK 6:
OLIVIA PLENDER
Wednesday July 30th

Screening and discussion following her time spent running workshops at the Summer School. Olivia Plender, alongside invited speakers, will present and discuss a selection of video works that have influenced or are representative of her current research interests.



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