21 October, 7.00 - 9.00pm
Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road, London, NW3 6DG
Camden Arts Centre and LUX present a three-part screening programme which expands on Ben Rivers’ exhibition Earth Needs More Magicians and his artist-curated exhibition Edgelands.
The first part of this series takes Edgelands as its starting point, looking at Rivers’ interest in the borders of society, both physical spaces – neglected peripheries of the city and abstractly, where individuals have withdrawn from mainstream culture.
Curated by Ben Rivers with an introduction by George Clark, Assistant Curator of Film at TATE
Jaunt, Andrew Kotting, 1995 (6mins)
Rehearsals for Retirement, Phil Solomon, 2007 (10mins)
Little Stabs of Happiness, Ken Jacobs, 1963 (15mins)
In the Street, Helen Levitt, 1948 (16mins)
Fire Child, Gordon Matta-Clark, 1971 (10mins)
Swamp, Robert Smithson and Nancy 1971 (6mins)
The Coming Race, Ben Rivers, 2006 (5mins)
Full price: £4
Friend & Concession: £3
Please book a place. The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact Camden Arts Centre if you have any additional access requirements.
More information regarding booking for Part 2: Portraits and Part 3: Ethnographies will be available shortly.
Image credit: Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson. Swamp, 1971. Estate of Robert Smithson, Courtesy James Cohan Gallery New York/Shanghai and Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York.