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For the final event of LUX’s project Six Tuesdays After Film as a Critical Practice, and the final event in the LUX 28 project space, Emily Wardill interviewed Peter Gidal. Their conversation – which took place after a screening of Wardill’s The Diamond (Descartes’ Daughter) (UK, 2008, 16mm, 15′) and Gidal’s No Night No Day (UK 1997, silent, 16mm, 15′) – ranged across Gidal’s work, his ideas of materialist filmmaking and his relationship to Andy Warhol (on whose Blow Job he has recently written a book). In front of a packed house, their discussion touched on many of the ideas raised throughout the Six Tuesdays… programme, from the politics of form to the problem of beauty.

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