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Photography in film
& film in photography




You Don't Bring Me Flowers, Michael Robinson

Tate Modern, London
14/28 June 2008
Places: 55/40 concessions (price includes refreshments)

Call: 020 7887 8888
Booking required


Running over two Saturday sessions, this intensive hands-on workshop invites you to experiment with the philosophical relationship between photography and film.

In the first session we will discuss work by, amongst others, Hollis Frampton, John Smith, Chris Marker, Michael Snow and Mona Hatoum. In between sessions participants will undertake a project, which will feed into discussion in the second session.

Themes will include how when we perceive stillness we do not perceive a static image, how we perceive an intensification of movement each time images stop in a time-based medium, and how photography and film dig deep into the affinity of time with consciousness.

Tutors will be on hand with experience and ideas on making your own work.

This course is open to both beginners to film, video and experienced practitioners.



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